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The Lights At Night Essay

833 words - 4 pages

The moon shone brightly that very night though it barely lit my room. My parents had been away for a business trip in Japan for almost a week but I was left behind cause I had to sit for an examination on that particular week. At least, I was successful in persuading my mom not to call up a guardian to look after me with one condition that I regretted which was to pass my examination with flying colours.
There I sat on my desk under the light of my table lamp burning the midnight oil studying at the eleventh hour. Without anyone breathing under my neck, I had managed my time recklessly by reducing my study time and spending most of it on surfing the net. As time elapsed, I got really ...view middle of the document...

At the next station, I got off the bus but was stopped by the bus conductor. He demanded for extra payment and I was forced to give in to avoid more conflict and waste more time.
Without any further delay, I started walking to school. I took the shortcut road to school even though it was bumpy and surrounded with hundred years old trees and thick little bushes. Then, I heard a barking sound behind me. When I looked over my shoulder there stood a German shepherd staring at me fiercely. I started running helter skelter and searched for a place to hide. As soon as turned around the corner of the road, I leaped towards the bushes and hid myself. It started to search for me but something made it stop and vanished in mid air.
Later, I found out that the dog was afraid of the car passing by. Creeping out of the bushes slowly, I tried to stand up and regain my balance but I tripped over a stone and stepped into a puddle of water. The driver stopped his car and helped me out. He looked utterly shocked to see my uniform torn, wet and dirty. I myself was in a messy condition. It was so terribly embarrassing. The...

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