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Its all been planned No evidence to point towards me Ive taken all the necessary steps accounted for all the details My right hand wrapped in a leather glove is in the pocket of my trench coat grasping a revolver The left one pushes open the heavy iron gat Walking up the steps to the front door blood red images of rage flash through my head They fill my insides with fire and knives until I want to scream But I stop myself No screaming I have to be a ghost When I turn the handle on the front door and see the perfect little world inside I almost have to laugh White walls carpets and furniture No amount of fabric and paint can mask the selfishness inside Through the living room and into the hallway of this house of lies Pictures line the walls pictures of fallacy and deception Only a fool could look at these glossy facades of life and see truth and beauty Only a fool like me To the bedroom now Pushing the unlatched door open is like opening the floodgates of my rage Sitting at the vanity table I see her eyes in the mirrors reflection Beautiful deep deceptive eyes and my vision fills with red All the memories play out before me Not on a scratchy mute film roll but in flesh and blood as if Im living it all over again Every time I hurt and she didnt care Every time a new distraction came along and she left me standing there confused and alone Every time her heart was broken and she came running back into my open arms All the times she lied telling me I was her best friend And then yesterday The day she told me with twinkling eyes that she had kissed him Him The one The one for me Actions speak louder than words Everything I had ever thought about her disappeared
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