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Charles Bukowski hero of angsty teenagers the world over instructs us to find what you love and let it kill you Suicide by creativity is something perhaps to aspire to in an age where more people know Katie Price better than the Emperor concertoSuicide by Creativity I remained still with a house painters brush dangling in my hand I stood in front of a large blank canvas she was clean and bright After looking at me up and down she stood up Holding her own and looking me in the eyes she reminded me that she could be anything she wanted I was aware of this aware that the potential she housed within her was immeasurable That was what had always inspired me most about her She did not tease or threaten but instead welcomed me like the old friends that we are In my eyes however she was infinitely bigger than my body Every time I looked at her she seemed to expand and I could not keep her entirely in my sight Right from the start she knew she would get what it was that she wanted Yet she was so kind every inch of canvas calmed and reassured me as she stretched to engulf my total field of vision I saw nothing but her I tuned in to my own body I felt lightheaded and overwhelmed The hand holding the paintbrush was slippery so I twirled the handle around between my fingers Air rushed in and offered relief to my sweaty palms I invited the same relief into my earthly frame I breathed deeply I encouraged the air to take on colors as it entered my body I inhaled Oxygen flooded my chest it was tinged with gold I exhaled but only slightly I wanted to keep as much color inside me as possible I inhaled again this time filling my entire chest with shining sparkling gold After a slight exhale
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