English III, Period 8
23 August, 2016
Four Teal Walls
As the stained, fragile white door opens, a clear view of sparkly, wavy gold curtains appear. Because the small but very heavy, light-brown Wiener dog in the room enjoys looking out of the window though, the gold curtains are somewhat separated in the middle and therefore, opac maroon flat but thick curtains can be seen hanging behind them. On the right side of those double curtains, piles of white unused paper are stacked like a game of Jenga on top of a four-year old, night-sky black office desk that sits in the right corner of the room. But apart from those waiting stacks of paper, photo albums that vary from bright pink to a cherry red to an ocean blue are neatly arranged on top of each other by the varying size of the unforgettable-moments guardians.
A soft as a feather, small teddy bear sits behind and protects all of those important memories, while being accompanied by a rainbow colored hand-sized bear that somehow smells of a sweet lavender odor. Above said office desk, a wall-mounted 32 inch wide, Sony black television plays in the background an old episode of “Naruto” and the Japanese phrases just flow throughout the room, filling every space of the surprisingly smooth walls. Facing this television is a twin-sized bed with cheetah-printed gold sheets that smell like a mixture of the fur that is connected to the dog and of a sweet perfume labeled “Cancan” A big fluffy gold pillow that’s covered by a dark brown cloth that has become rough over the years after being passed through so many cycles of wishety whir, roooooom swish, woom woom woom, is seated at the very top of the bed. Under said pillow, a smaller memory-foam pillow that has a scent of coconut shampoo and a hint of cinnamon, lays on the soft but supportive bed that sometimes groans whenever anyone even moves an inch.
Besides the left corner of the mattress, a short light-brown night stand holds a mini black stereo...