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Write a descriptive wherein you are trapped somewhere. Describe your feelings and emotions, the setting, the sights and other senses in detail.

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´╗┐Descriptive Writing Q. Write a descriptive wherein you are trapped somewhere. Describe your feelings and emotions, the setting, the sights and other senses in detail. 1. THE ABYSS Excruciating pain made me clutch my chest. I knew the end was near. The grass around me felt like a green velvet carpet spread out over the terrain. Pleading to God, I turned my gaze towards the azure sky. The sun, full and golden blinded me with its piercing rays, showcasing its sheer brilliance and aura. I gasped as I fell down on my knees. It was all now about to end. Nora, my wife. And Alex, my five year old baby. Memories came crushing down on me like a downpour of torrential rain. Crying, I cast one last glance at my wedding ring. Perching on top of my finger, the eighteen carat diamond glittered and emanated a striking radiance as it shone in the yellow sun. ...read more.

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Walking ahead, I could see two towering mountains. Every detail of it told me it was deathly dangerous. The sides were steep and shards of uneven rocks jutted out, tearing anyone who accidently even tripped. A blanket of mist swirled around it as if hiding something hideous. Between them was a shallow pool. Approaching it, I found it to be sickly green with ash colored moss floating on it. What was this place? I got my answer the very next second. Terror coursed through my veins as my eyes beheld the sight beyond. More than a million faces stood staring at me. All of them, sickly pale. Their faces were as white as sheets and a hint of grey seemed to color their cold appearance. Unhappiness showed in each and every face. Pain, sorrow, grief, helplessness as though lost forever and despair. Shrouded in once white linen, they stood gaping at me. ...read more.

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And I fell screaming with terror and pain into an endless pit. The suction in it wrenched my wretched heart. Then I was forced into a dreamless slumber. ?Daddy?.you?re back!? a voice woke me from my sweet slumber. A flash of luminescent heat greeted my eyes. The sun. I glanced at my ring. It dazzled in the gleams of the July sun. I hardly heard the screams round me. I was alive. I?d escaped THE ABYSS. ?Sean????.. O my God! I love you, honey.? The same voice. A woman with hair like spun gold beamed at my, tears filling her soft brown eyes. Nora. My wife. ?Daddy??.? someone squealed. Alex???..my daughter. ?Gosh?.he?s back from coma!? a nurse gasped. I sat up on my hospital bed, tears of realization and gratitude streaking my face. And then the three of us hugged each other and cried. And then laughed. ?I love you? I whispered to both of them. I vowed thereon that I?d never forget them. But yet I know one day I will have to go back there and then I can never escape. THE END ...read more.

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