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No longer I can look behind my own back and not be in fear Everymoment of my life traps me in a cage where my wings of freedom aresnatched My own parents fell to my own arms and no longer do I have ashred of innocence But I must advance forward for I am just a pawn ofthe chess game of life But perhaps maybe Ill be able to make it tothe other end and change the tide of this warI traverse amongst the most hidden and my own person must stay alwaysconcealed The threat of my death constantly looms around me and chainsmy own soul and wellbeing I fall into the infinite void and thedarkness is my ally As much as I love life it would be safer to givein and surrender to my deathBut they would be upset and they would rain hell upon the world Mygrip on reality is weakening yet I must hold on My allies are moreimportant than my own wellbeing and safeguarding them is my priorityBeing the leader of a mercenary group does wonders to your sanityI like to think that my team and my teammates are whispered in hushedtones But however the infamy that my team and I have snowballed overtimed has reached exceedingly high amounts Across the world adults andchildren alike are terrified of our mere mentionRecently I was charged of the task to end the pitiful life of apowerful human A wanderlust person I believe that they wouldve been apositive change to humanity But emotions are just fleeting electricalcurrent in your mind and thus I cast it off my emotional thinking Igathered my tools and made my way to where they inhabitedLogically it would be overly flamboyant to blast in guns a-blazingDeductively I hatched forward a plan for this murderous incident Imade my way forward and quickly made work of the many guards Thebullets piercing their skin and the pale looks on their face and I
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