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A Short Story - Creative Writing - GCSE German
Sitting in a puddle of hemoglobin, I felt the fluid seep through my skim. Waved over an isle, which seemed like a sparse isle, just to see dunes by dunes of sands. I turned around in a rush and hobbled over the shore, looking for higher ground, following me in a trace of it.
It made me sleepy when I was standing on the sand and only occasionally hit the coconut. Dehydrogenation had taken its toll when I fell to the floor with my hands and feet sore. I' ve found traces of bloody secretions in my arms....read more. But a stroll didn't seem to heal anything, because my hands and feet hurt dangerously again.
Swimming around, I noticed a trace of empty chips I had recovered! And I watched him very carefully to see that he had masticated his nails. Also on the arms of his blank coat there were a lot of prominent bloodstains. Then I was on the beach and immediately took the machete in my hand.
Timotheus fell to the floor with his arms to his face. Back on our legs with Timothy, we followed the way of the Sol. As we traveled across the islands we began to see live, first the sporadic moths and then a swarm of flocks of birds at full speed.
When we saw the animal world, our minds rose, but then the sands loosened. That last dunes was terrible because every step was devoured by the dunes.
Example of HSC Discovery Creative Writing
Writing is part of the HSC English Paper 1 Area of Study examination. A creative letter invites the student to show the Discovery approach. This is an example of a volume 6 HSC Discovery Creative, wrote by a Matrix alumnus in 2016. As a kid, my deceased dad and I spent every second of the summers on the bright sandy shore near our house.
We' d grab fictional weaponry and saver, swingy tomatahawks and stabbing blades like the most powerful swindlers. For most of the worid, my dad was a historyian. Many times my dad ventured for long periods into unfamiliar countries before he returned home, stories of dramatic fights and sparkling treasures that flew from his jaw.
In retrospect, I now knew that the realities behind my father's stories were never quite as fascinating. He was overcrowded with dust and rashly hardcover textbooks on the topic. He sighing heavily and the noise of crumpled piece of papermaking trickled through the partitions. When he was at home, I was never permitted to enter the room, although my fantasy swamped my spirit with pictures of my dad leaning over mysterious hints and puzzles; his forehead crunched as he was cracking every single one.
And we danced in the sitting room, my dad put his gold hand around his little finger and sang happily. But those times have grown less and more with the years. I knew he would never be the daddy I worshipped again. Now he was nothing more than a bitterness old man possessed by having read the thousand pieces of paper that he had put around his office, and everyone yelled back the information he had long overlooked.
In the middle of it all, my mom and I listened to a big crashed from my father's workroom. The gold hand engraved and broken into several parts was lying on the wood writing table behind him. Have you been trained for the HSC exams? Is HSC Trial Papers 1 and 2 for you?
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