Descriptive Essay - Original Writing
Somewhere from the carriage ahead Adrika could hear the muffled speech of the conductor announcing that Flinders street station was the next and final stop. Her fingers froze mid fold. There passengers around her began fumbling with their luggage, ready to disembark. Their hurried movements made Adrika dizzy. She made no move for her own suitcase or the box beside her.
During the past few weeks she hadn’t allowed herself time to dwell on having to move to Melbourne. It had utterly disrupted all of her plans, academic and otherwise that she had meticulously scribed in her notebook. Everything that had happen in her life up to this point was reliably expected. She loathed surprises. They meant not knowing something, which could result in losing control of the situation.
Of course she had resolved to not let this change in situation paralysed her. She had meticulously packed her belongings for the move and insisted on making the arrangements from her…