Writing assignment 1-Descriptive essay (draft)
It was 3 years ago when I first stepped my feet on that school, when i first saw you . At that time I caught a glimpse of your childish face but thats it.
A year had passed and here came another first day of school, you were late that day. Ms Vero had been explaining about Biodiversity for 20minutes when suddenly the sound of creaking door distracted whole class’ attention. And there you were, panting and sweating. You came in hurriedly and unintenionally bumped into most desks you were passing by, causing more noise. You gave the teacher an awkward smile and finally sat in front of me since it was the last seat available. I was trying to pay attention back to the course but then the rustle of your paper deverted me again. At last I ended up staring on your back. You were tall that’s for sure, about 5 feet and 7 inches, you were very slim as well. Your short hair was as black as ebony and your oversized ears reminded me of mom’s tea cups. You seemed like a person who preferred reading books to playing sports.
During the break time you suddenly turned around and called me, I was astounded. You laughed gleefully till your squinty-playful-eyes disappeared behind your tiny-black-square-framed-glasses. Your eyebrow was as black and thick as one of my childhood comic characters, Crayon Shinchan and your eyelashes was even longer and curlier than mine. While you were talking, your facial expression changed continuosly and your eyes were twinkling with excitement as if you were a child who had just received candy. Your body kept moving around and you used lots of hand gestures to express yourself as well. You got a high-pitched voice (which is quite unusual for a-16-year-old boy) that made me feel like chattering with my little brother. But most of all, your smile was unique. Unlike others, your tiny pink lips curved downward and formed a shy but adorable smile. Your dimple which appeared on both of your cheeks whenever you smile, made you look even more attractive.
After talking for a while, you excused yourself and went to your friend’s desk. I kept my eye on you and noticed the way you walked was unsteady, it was like you’re going to fall to wherever the wind was blowing. And although you’re quite tall, you had hump on your back as if you were carrying a heavy stone. Later on I met your dad and I knew from where you got that gesture.
In the following weeks we became closer and started to have chitchat a bit more. You could be very annoying and kept teasing me, you might not always react the way I wanted you to, but your advice was among the wisest. You took everything easily, you got along with people effortlessly, and you hardly ever got offended. I was wrong about you did no sport, it turned out that you love playing football. I was also mistaken about you love spending time in library, in fact you love playing computer games.