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A Dreamers Dream Essay

725 words - 3 pages

A Dreamers Dream Girls. That's a very intense word. They can make a guy laugh, cry, and love. And you can't live with them, but you can't live without them. They can tear a guy apart like a lion tearing through a deer's flesh, or make a guy feel whole like watching a beautiful sunset with her. Whenever a guy sees a beautiful girl, he gets this feeling that is hard to explain. Every guy has some kind of dream girl in his mind, and I'll never forget the day I saw mine. There I was on the first day of school, sitting in my algebra class before the bell waiting for everybody to come in the class. I was really nervous, as is everybody on the first day. I was sitting there so nervous like I was expecting to go on trial for murder or something of that sort. And then it happened. The most intense feeling happened to me. I felt all tingly all over my body like popcorn was popping in my veins. My hair on the back of my neck stood up straight like soldiers in line at the army. My jaw dropped as fast as a steel block falling from the Empire State Building. And my whole attention was focused on her, and it looked like I was looking through a microscope, and all I could see was this one object. There she was. The most dreamed about girl in my whole eighteen year old life. She stood there like a fire red rose knowing that itself was beautiful without anybody having to tell them. Her hair was a brunette with a few blond highlights like lightening ripping through the sky. Her hair was a couple inches below her shoulders, like she didn't want her hair too short or too long. Her eyes were a dark green to go with her golden tan as though she was a native from Hawaii. Her lips looked as soft as a feather pillow one uses to go to sleep with. She was wearing...

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