A RIDE I WILL NEVER FORGET
Swoosh! A cold gush of breeze slapped my distressed face. I stood transfixed at the sight of a gruesome scene. People emptied their lungs, some shed their tears like broken faucet. Yes, they were riding on a monster. A human-made monster. More or less appeared to be like a mad centipede, my eyes bulged open like round saucers, still feeling the chill running down my spine. Then, a thought hit me like a ten-tonned trucked speeding down a maximum acceleration, should I give a bash? I eventually made my pathway to the check-in counter. Steely and as anticipation was written all over my face, I made my worst decision ever.
As I made my step into the small red cubicle, perspiration ran down my temple. Sitting beside me was an eleven years old blonde child. I could tell he was filled with elation. I gulped my saliva and gave him my ghastly and annoyed look. Then, I fastened me seatbelt tightly as the announcements were made. “ Here’s the countdown…” A monologue between myself and I. 3…2…1… my heart thudded like a drum. I shut my eyes with all my might. “ I want to get out!” I exclaimed. My hands were clammy, my legs almost turned into jell-O as my goosebumps were dancing vigorously.
“ Up! Up! Here we go!” shrieked the boy beside me. The chains underneath were rattling. There was an acceleration. Acceleration with high velocity. I could feel the lifting. I am flying! My mind was somewhere else, non-stop questioning gave me a self-paranoid. Will I lose my soul? Will this monster come to a stop? I hate this roaring monster. This monster called roller-coaster.
“ Arghhhhhh!!!” Shrieks pierced the stillness of the summer morning air. The passengers of this beast were of different expressions written all over their faces. As for me, I was totally freaked out. The roller-coaster went round and round, up and down, 360degrees turnover, 180degrees turnover, you name it. We were all jiggeled and I could not bear it. My hair was blown...