Descriptive Essay - Original Writing

1019 Words Aug 12th, 2014 5 Pages
I woke up but I didn’t open my eyes. I couldn’t. I was in another forest, on a lumpy hillside, probably surrounded by dwarves. Let me tell you, I’m sick of this adventure already. I used to do this all the time. Sleep in the wild, walk for days. I used to love this. I guess not anymore. I was bored, forever tired, and not to mention hungry. I couldn’t even remember last night. ‘Wow I must have been tired’, I thought. “Get up you two,” I heard Thorin say. I really didn’t want to get up. If I got up I would see the green grass, mocking me. I would see the green trees, the green leaves. The forest was like a damn sea of green. I slowly peeled my eyes open, expecting the green grass, but instead… Kili. “Kili!?” I screamed in a whisper. “Morning beautiful,” he said with the biggest smile I had ever seen. All I could think of was ‘what happened to me last night’. “Urgh,” I groaned as I fixed all my clothes on properly, and stormed off, leaving a confused Kili lying on the grass. I was angry with him, and myself. The night slowly came back to me as I kept walking away. Ale. Truths. Butterfly. Snogging. I wasn’t exactly thrilled when I remembered that last one. “We’re on the move, keep walking everyone,” Thorin called to us all. I noticed that Kili was at the back walking with Fili, so I quickly walked up to the front to be with Bilbo, and as far away from Kili as possible. I was disgusted. “Bilbo,” I said. “Well hello (y/n),” he smiled cheekily. “Bilbo, what exactly…

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