Descriptive Essay - Original Writing

949 Words May 19th, 2016 4 Pages
"I left" echoed in my head, rousing me from sleep. A loud buzzing overtook my ears like a hive of bees churning. It sounded so close. It was 8:00 in the morning and auditions began at 10:00. I slipped on a pair of dark denim jeans and a navy halter top.
As I combed through my hair, after blow drying it. From the corner of my eye, I noticed a silver bracelet on the edge of the dresser. I fingered it curious as to whether whoever stayed here before left it. Yet, it looked far too costly for a previous occupant’s budget. There was a note attached to it. Immediately, I unfolded it and read. To my lovely Maricel, best wishes at your auditions today. You were born a star who shines brighter than Venus herself.
I scooped up the bracelet and slid it around on my wrist. Ancient engravings decorated the jewelry. Although it was archaic, it was in mint condition, and I took it to be my talisman.
As I strolled to the subway station a sense akin to when I ran out of my house a couple of months prior troubled me. From the corner of my eye a shadow darted by and slipped from my field of view. I speeded my steps, struggling to catch every fleeting glance and ebb of the pedestrians around me. When I reached the eighth Avenue subway line, my eyes widened at the subway cars flying past me.
I boarded the subway car and held onto the stanchion pole riding to sixth Avenue line. A gentle gust of cool wind caressed the surface of my skin as an dualistic sense of warmth indwelled my…

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