Monday, May 25, 2020

Descriptive Essay About My Love - 1627 Words

It was an average April morning, the streets still wet from yesterday s rain. In fact, it rained all through the night, and the smell of the rain from early morning still lingered in the air. I like the rain. I like the way it falls on your face as if each droplet was a golden drop of happiness falling from heaven. I like the way it lightly drizzles, giving my whole neighborhood a shower. The rain sweeps through all of Manhattan, cleansing everyone both physically and mentally. Rain is like a fresh start, a new page. The best part is, afterwards everyone is happy. Sometimes, if you are lucky there is a rainbow that sweeps across the sky, painting colors of red, orange, yellow, green blue, electric indigo and vibrant violet. That day, I†¦show more content†¦That’s why my brothers name is J.J., his first name is Jaques after the French explorer Jaques Cousteau and his last name is Jones as well. We have known Seà ±or Clark for our whole lives, he has always been extremely generous and kind to us. J.J. places his hand on the glass pastry display, gesturing towards the fluffy, butter croissant. It looked like a plush toy, big, giant and unreal. I couldn’t wait for a bite. â€Å"I guess we re getting one butter croissant† I say as Seà ±or Clark steps back behind the counter. â€Å"Please!† Says J.J. sheepishly, he is learning about manners in school and is extremely serious about it. Two dollars transfers from my hand to Seà ±or Clark and I get one dollar back. â€Å"I thought it was two dollars,† I say, in concern. â€Å" It is, but for you it’s one. You kids have always been like the kids I’ve never had, this is the least I can do to repay youâ €  He says, thankfully. After a little going back and forth, I accept the money, and he goes to the back to heat it up.i scan the deli, my eyes trace from the counter to the shelf stacked with bags of chips, to the bathroom. My eyes have made their way to the seating area, the tables are an olive green color, and two seats are at each table. There is one table with six seats, and there are a few bar seats at the counter, facing out onto sixth avenue. At one of those three bar seats there is a man. He has on a black leather jacket, distressed jeans, and black ankle boots. He has on a pairShow MoreRelatedAn Example of Descriptive Essay1001 Words   |  5 PagesDescriptive Essay 1) Definition: Descriptive essay is one of the many types of writing styles that provides a detailed description for a particular person, place, memory, experience or object. Descriptive essay is purposely created so readers can readily imagine its particular subject matter. It focuses on the five senses which are sight, smell, touch, sound and taste. 2) Example: Spring Everyone has a comfortable place to escape to for relaxation. 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