This article is written out of encouragement for everyone to write all forms of discourses such as narrative, expository, persuasive, and descriptive. Learn it now.
Writing is my passion. At first, I hate doing it because it consumes my time. However, time to time, I learn to adjust when I enrol in writing class. My college teacher encourages me to write different topics in different forms. That is why I invite everyone to write and get your pieces of writing posted on Triond.
Triond gives you money if you post many articles as you can. There is no limit as to how many articles you send. Also, make your writing clear and direct-to-the-point. As long as you can transmit the message of what you are going to say, it is good. Read the example of a descriptive writing by Rebecca Harding from the source <http://grammar.about.com/od/d/g/description2ter.htm>.
Rebecca Harding Davis’s Impressionistic Description of a Smoky Town
“The idiosyncrasy of this town is smoke. It rolls sullenly in slow folds from the great chimneys of the iron-foundries, and settles down in black, slimy pools on the muddy streets. Smoke on the wharves, smoke on the dingy boats, on the yellow river–clinging in a coating of greasy soot to the house-front, the two faded poplars, the faces of the passers-by. The long train of mules, dragging masses of pig-iron through the narrow street, have a foul vapor hanging to their reeking sides. Here, inside, is a little broken figure of an angel pointing upward from the mantel-shelf; but even its wings are covered with smoke, clotted and black. Smoke everywhere! A dirty canary chirps desolately in a cage beside me. Its dream of green fields and sunshine is a very old dream–almost worn out, I think.” (Rebecca Harding Davis, “Life in the Iron Mills.” The Atlantic Monthly, April 1861)
Now, begin writing with your own piece. Get a piece of paper and let your pen move and your words string along the pages. Keep on writing.