Descriptive Writing: Bonfire Senses

New Year's bonfire, JGCC

Photo by Volunteer Leah Wood

 
The budding novelists of Class VII have been most recently equipping their creative writing toolboxes with practice observing and enunciating detail of the five senses. Check out below their collaborative description of our New Year’s Eve bonfire!

SIGHT

Lungta Lhamu: “I see fire was burning very slowly but was very red and heat. I see people dancing, joking, sleeping, and laughing.”

SOUND

Sonam Chodron: “What I hear is Ma’am Gombu Lhamu saying that ‘Come, we will dance.’”

Tenzin Lhadron A: “I hear music and also I hear steps and washing utensils and hear people talking.”

TASTE

Konchok Norbu: “I taste sweet because they bring tea.”

SMELL

Sangey Ngodup: “I smell like today is very good food is making in kitchen.”

Mani Wangmu: “I smell ginger and food.”

Tenzin Norbu: “I smell fire the wood in outside.”

Tenzin Lhadron B: “I smell fire, food, and dusty soil.”

TOUCH

Shanti Tamang: “I feel that fire was so hot that night and air was so cold at that night.”

Dorjee Wangchu: “I feel very hot and warm and I feel that I’m is in heaven.”

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