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Descriptive Essay New Year's Eve

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Energy in the air was inviting, however the temperature was repelling us. Sharp coldness stiffened our hands and brought rosy blush to our cheeks but the irresistible anticipation kept us planted where we stood. Before a hue of violet or a pigment of green could be seen, a crowd gathered, shivering and excited. There was bustle and commotion around us. Everyone was getting settled close together to conserve their heat and to begin to agitate excitement. I took a deep, icy breath as my lungs swelled with air. Overhead, the sparse clouds cleared like opening curtains to reveal the young night. I leaned over towards the warm fragrance and clenched his arm. The air was a stingray nipping at my heels and pinching ...view middle of the document...

9...The liveliness was like a steaming kettle ready to blow. My heartbeat accelerated, and every chemical in my body was unstable. The electric pulses in the sky vibrated and pounded into my bones with each successive firework. My blood flow finally caught up to my heartbeat and they continued to quicken in an automatic impulse.8...The explosions multiplied. A loud eruption in a fraction of a second caught us off guard, and we watched in astonishment, as the dangerous show continued. Each war of sound was competing to be the loudest. The clashes of detonation deepened in a rage-like echo. The shrill screams hit their crescendo and the amplitude deafened me. There was a momentary hush between each outburst of noise that was compensated by yells and screams of the animated people.5...I looked around anxiously and noticed pine trees surrounded us like a blanket. I moistened my sweet lips and relieved their dehydration for the time being. However, they dried up again in a rush. My body shook with energy and ached with cold. The thunder-like punches of sound resonated in my chest and the blood thickened in my head. The lively crowd grew louder and the noise began to magnify.3...The sky's nakedness revealed the colours more clearly as the hot-tempered rockets propelled into the sky without mercy. Multicolour embers of lemon, emerald, pink, rust, and glowing sapphire lit the sky. Then, the spectrum changed as quickly as the sea and its tides.2...I pulled my warm knit glove from my steaming hand, and searched for his hand. I discovered his arm, and followed the jacket sleeve into his pocket. Our hands met.1...Happy New Year!

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