On a cold and dark evening, I came back and I looked around; a lot of things had changed. Middle I sat on the bench overlooking the playing fields and remembered playing football here.
It was as if time was running out: the sand glass having only a few grains of sand left, before time ran out. The insects and other bugs had died out and all that was left was a barren wasteland. The trees and bushes had lost their leaves and all that was left something that looked as though it had been dried up in a desert. Sometimes I would play alongside my bothers or my friends, other times I watched my older brothers play, whilst I sat on the grass visualising myself playing for Manchester United. The visitors had scored early n the first half and they were trailing one-nil with five minutes remaining.
Here's some top tips when it comes to dealing with your creative writing headaches... Read it VERY carefully because your answer will only be marked in the context of what was actually asked in the first place, regardless of how well written your piece may have been.
Pay special attention to the type of creative writing you're asked to come up with and it's audience (see more below).
These have been carefully picked out as the most appropriate for the new GCSE.
They include activities to help students produce clear and coherent descriptive or narrative texts, and use language creatively and imaginatively.
The branches had become arms with clawed fingers: sometimes they would deliberately scare the children. "Come on lads, we can still get a result." Shouted Alex Ferguson on the top of his voice.
The old tree was still there, but it wasn't the way I remembered it. He was taking a risk, by taking off the central defender and replacing him with the 16-year-old attacker, but the manager knew what he was doing, thought the players.
Going out of this world allows you to be really descriptive (see below) in your language and paint a picture of a completely unique world or species.
Use plenty of adjectives to help the reader build a picture in their mind.