Descriptive Essay

722 Words Nov 10th, 2011 3 Pages
Descriptive Essay

Thick, strong oak wood was carved into curves and poles all connected to be shaped into the perfect rocking chair. It was painted a deep brown that glints gold when the sun shines on it. The armrests mold to your arms like they were carved precisely for you. It feels like your melting into chair even though it’s a stiff wooden frame. The seat cushion used to be thick and luscious but has become thinner and thinner as the years have passed. It remains tied to the chair by two thin strings that keep in attached tightly to the back of the rocker. The chair is old but the age only makes it more important and extraordinary. From this seat you can see into another world, a world filled with lush green woods, like seeing
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Multiple pieces of wood make up the back of the chair and when you lean against it, it is like a loved one wrapping their arms around you. So many amazing people have sat and pondered on the chair. It was a favorite spot of my grandfathers’ and he used to sit for hours on end staring aimlessly into the distance. Even though her yarn was constantly getting caught in the old screws and nails, every week my grandmother would go outside and do her knitting in the peace and quiet. Generations

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