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GCESE English- Original writing coursework. The soft, golden cascades of sand stretched across the horizon meeting halfway with the heavens. The turquoise waters like a glistening mirror, reflecting the white candyfloss clouds that lazily and sleepily hung in mid air. Against the blueness of the sky, the sun beamed its gracious rays upon the serene surroundings of Gods creation. In the distance tourist could be seen jostling, trying to capture the first pictures of the towering Burj-el-arab which stood majestically towering over the landscapes that stretched for miles on end. Children screaming, splashing water to their hearts content. Their parents keeping a watchful eye while soaking the warm rays from the September sun. ...read more.


He was intriguing. A tall, masculine figure gazing motionlessly out to sea. His eyes like hazel crystals reflecting the galloping waves beneath. The breeze was a slap of harsh reality against his tender, rosy cheeks. One by one, the wind raced through the strands of glistening hair that calmly lat at a one hundred and sixty five degree angle across his soft forehead. There was a vibrant calmness in the atmosphere. His sun kissed tan was a sheet of velvet coating adding the final touch to his exquisiteness. There was a sudden sense of fluster in the air. Seagulls screeched with anxiety swooping low in the sky like bits of old newspaper been thrown across the path of a violent tornado. ...read more.


In fact, these disasters looked even less significant than what was about to happen with this oncoming, impending doom. A great herd of wild, white snow horses trampling one over the other, appeared to march in sucking everything in their wake. Through his petrified eyes, one could see the miles of rolling whiteness, like pillars of smoke, towering infectiously spreading across the landscape like a cancer. The seagulls that were closest to this imminent wave were suddenly frozen in midair, dropping on the ground from heights and smashing into thousands of pieces like fragile porcelain figures. At this sight, something in his stomach stirred and a bitter taste of fear filled his mouth. Incapable of even the slightest movement, a deep groan echoed with in him, but nothing could be heard, apart from some desolated beats from his forlorn heart. " DUM! DA! D....U...m.....d.............a......d......" ...read more.

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