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Leave me out with the waste Oh no Dont play that song again This is not what I do Its the wrong kind of placeWould you turn that radio down please I yell to the waitress What She stares at me Lower the volume She returns back to the kitchen but the music still blares on To be thinking of youI am thinking of you I thought I think about you all the time Until this day I still regret inside everyday for what I have done to you or more like what I have not done Slowly but progressively this regret has left me with aching scars deep inside The melody of the song 9 Crimes still haunts me every time I listen to it Every time I listen to it I can clearly picture your face from junior high school a timid and innocent boy smiling back at meOn May 4th 2011 everyone at Sinclair Secondary School celebrated Star Wars Day by wearing Darth Vader and Jedi costumes Everyone jokingly greeted each other by saying May the Force be with you During the day the atmosphere was filled with energetic and positive energy Then during my last period class in French my teacher taught us about Future Simple however I tuned out for a couple of minutes and noticed something pecking against the window which evoked my intuition instantly A gigantic black crow pecked uncontrollably as if an urgent message needed to be given to me Strangely my intuition had overridden my logical reasoning and I thought of misfortune and ill luck Before I knew it class has been dismissed In the afternoon I had to back while a torrential rainstorm came pouring downAs I got home and changed into dry clothes Ive logged onto Facebook which I always do right when I arrive home While scrolling down the News Feed page the page was bombarded with hundreds
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