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If you fall in and most of you will fall in keep your feet upparallel to the river bottom Do not fight the current you will onlymake your bad situation worse Oh and most importantly do not panicAs the water was rushing into my ears those words were all that I couldhear They were louder than the pounding of the rapids swirling aroundmy ragdoll body as I was being washed down the rushing river louderthan my petrified beating heart louder even than my deepest fearsscreaming at me from the watery abyss Do not panic Do notpanic Do not panic The cautionary notes uttered by ourinstructor Preston rushed through my brain through every nerve in mybody from my spinal chord to my ears from my ears to my throat frommy throat to every appendage of my body They were screaming at mePreston was screaming at me As loud and persistent as the message wasmy body would not listen My arms legs torso feet they had thecipher to the message they knew exactly what they were supposed to dobut every part of me disregarded it I was drowningI was the rivers play toy being tugged in every direction as if itwanted to rip me limb from limb One moment I was being dragged acrossthe sharp bottom of the river struggling I was sure that I could nolonger fight for a breath and as sudden as the thought came I was atthe surface again gulping for air But this small granted comfort wasshort lived the moment I had stolen enough of a breath to sustain myshriveling lungs I was pulled back into the depths being swirled aroundflipped upside down fighting to reach the surface Do not panicAre you kidding me This is the perfect time to panic I am drowning forPete sake You want me to stay calm I could hear it again but thistime the phrase sounded more natural more real I was exhaustedstealing stolen breath on
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