12 responses to “Imagery for the Image

  1. I can see water collected in the pool with jumping boards at one end of it. I can see some people in the pool area, and others standing beside the pool. I can smell the unique smell of swimming pool water and I can taste the taste of water that I am going to jump into

  2. “I see the entire swimming pool and my friends looking at me from the poolside. I am afraid and confused. I am afraid to make a mistake that could cause something bad. I can smell my sweat more than I can smell the chlorine. My mouth is dry and I can feel butterflies in my stomach.” – Wi Sung & Nicholas

  3. The stench. Its unbearable. The boy began to shiver in the top of the launching pad. He stared at the pool grounds, watching if anyone noticed. His pants became more wet the more he waited. His mouth felt salty from the sweat. The boy can’t take it anymore.
    Andrew & Gary

    • The stench. Its unbearable. I began to shiver in the top of the launching pad. I stared at the pool grounds, watching if anyone noticed. My pants became more wet the more I waited. My mouth felt salty from the sweat. I can’t take it anymore.
      Andrew & Gary

  4. As I get closer to the board, I feel above everybody, and I see everything from here. Everyone was looking at me, I was upon them, and that is greatness. My mouth dried up, as I tend to jump from the board, and I jumped, I felt greatness as soon as I hit the water.

  5. From the extent of this altitude, my friends are ants, what used to be a colossal pool is now a puddle. Heart pounding, temperature dropping, legs hesitating, sun striking, danger coming. I told myself to jump, but should I jump? …….. In the count of three… this… will be my moment.

    ~Reyhan & Joey 10.1

  6. From the extent of this altitude, my friends are ants, what used to be a colossal pool is now a puddle. Heart pounding, temperature dropping, legs hesitating, sun striking, danger coming. I told myself to jump, but should I jump? …….. In the count of three… this… will be my moment.

    ~Reyhan & Joey

  7. I feel the swishing wind from the back of my neck and it’s screaming ‘jump!’. I hear water splashing but the loudest I hear is my conscience. The smell of sunblock and chlorine pierced my nose. The bitter taste of the pool won’t leave my tongue. I opened my eyes, see how high up I am, take a deep breath and jump.
    – Hyuna & Elena

  8. I hesitate before jumping down the pool at the plank. I smell the surroundings of the pool and the heights and thinking that I might have done this mistakenly. My first time of jumping down into the pool with high heights gives me the sense of fear. I feel that I am taking a risk by doing this. To overcome my fear, I look down at the crowd that is supporting me and I smell victory.

  9. Water and some people can be seen from the jumping board. The smell of the swimming pool stings my nose. Noises from the people can be heard from here and I can feel the cold sweat running down through my body. From this spot, I can feel the taste of fear in my mouth.

    Adric and Mikael

  10. As I get closer to the board, I feel above everybody, and I see everything from here. Everyone was looking at me, I was upon them, and that is greatness. My mouth dried up, as I tend to jump from the board, and I jumped, I felt greatness as soon as I hit the water.

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