Hammering it home: how writers use imagery to create effects! | Collins Secondary

By Peter Morrisson

He’d left his laptop open, and still switched on. As her hand had brushed against the screen, it had shamelessly flickered into life, brazenly displaying the profile of a young woman with a shock of red hair, piercing green eyes and heavy pancake makeup who called herself NightAngel09. The ruddy, heavily lip-sticked mouth which leered out from the powder pink bedroom resembled an open wound more than a smile, and the supposedly alluring silky black, tight-fitting dress, which was unimaginatively arranged around the shoulders with a crudely displayed expanse of pale flesh,…

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