A Change in My Life - Original Writing Essays

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A Change in My Life - Original Writing

The significance and intensity of a single word can be beyond imaginable. A word used correctly in a sentence can emphasise different aspects of your life. This can give you the power to look at things close up and magnify faults to help you understand what needs to be altered to achieve the lifestyle you'd always dreamt of.

I never thought a word that my friend who dropped out of school came up with would change my perspective on life. I was proved wrong.

The British sun was beating down on my head; I could feel the heat through the window. The traffic was hectic; I was stuck on an overcrowded number thirteen bus on the way back from a session of
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I looked away, to the people on the bus and I got off at my usual stop. I was crossing the road and I saw him approaching me. My nerves took the best of me as I saw him face to face.

I stopped and stared; my heart was beating faster than ever. I scanned him from head to toe, Dolce and Gabbana hooded jumper, Valentino trousers and Nike Air Max's. I was stunned.

"Wha gwan David"

"Damn how'd you know my name?"

To tell the truth I didn't know him, but I felt the urge to get to know him.

My pulse must've dropped drastically as just walking by his side gave me a sense of comfort. In our in depth conversation we had a level of understanding I'd never experienced with a boy before. I spoke to him like I knew him, like he was an old friend instead of some stranger.

We'd been walking for twenty minutes when I found myself looking at the spot where I'd first laid my eyes on him.

"Come coch."

I followed him to a road I'd never seen before, we saw a bench and we were both quick to sit and relax.

Two hours passed and we were engaging in an extremely deep conversation. As he leaned over I felt his warmth on my skin. He kissed my lips so sweetly.

"I saw you and I was amazed, you were so different to what I'm used to." I laughed I felt like I was worth a million dollars I knew he was though.

"You have a fault though."


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