ringing

March 23rd, 2019 | 32 Entries

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32 Entries for “ringing”

  1. Ringing the phone, I asked him what to do. I was squirting at the edge of the floor. It catches me humble. And I was just like a cold Kentucky Fried Chicken in a bucket.

    By Kim on 03.23.2019

  2. His ears were ringing. Why did this have to happen? They were just minding their own business when the ground exploded.

    By Justin on 03.23.2019

  3. Even hours after the concert was over, my ears were ringing from standing so close to the PA speakers. I tried to sleep, but all I heard were bells. High-pitched bells whistling and clanging into the darkness. Clamorous and cacophonous bells accompanying my heartbeat. Screeching bells reminding me of school days when someone would pull the fire alarm, and we would be let out into the coldness of the soccer field, standing ankle-deep in the dew.

    By Belinda Roddie URL on 03.23.2019

  4. He taps his pen on the table. Tap. Tap. Tap. The is sound so loud I cannot concentrate – it fills my ears, it fills my mind until I am swallowed. Then, silence. Deafening silence.

    By Kyrie URL on 03.24.2019

  5. the phone is ringing and my heart goes crazy. anxiety reaches my fingertips as i grab hold of the phone and bring it to my ear. “Hello?” is all I manage. Just another telemarketer. All that work for a shit reward.

    By Seal Vee on 03.24.2019

  6. The ringing bells rung loud and clear
    Across the country dear
    I listened for the final ring
    When I would find that special thing

    By Student @ Gallatin High on 03.24.2019

  7. The ringing always made me cry. Sal never cried; and the babies didn’t, either. Just me. And the watchers always came to our doorway and stood in it when I did. They spoke emphatically over the noise; broke into the atmosphere with their mouths, opening and closing like mourning glories in a time lapse, a race, an archive of utterance.

    For years the world collapsed into a time lapse of openings and closings.

    By absolutelynthng URL on 03.24.2019

  8. The telephone was ringing. I didn’t know who could it be and hesitated,then I answered. Nobody said a word. So I was upset.

    By Maria on 03.24.2019

  9. The younger ones are singing
    The bells are ringing
    True, Sweet laughter’s in the air

    Haiku (7,5,7)

    By Sophomore at Gallatin High on 03.24.2019

  10. Twenty years ago today I realized I was the last person on earth. So why was my phone ringing?

    By tequillamockingbird on 03.24.2019

  11. It wasn’t the first time I’ve heard it. No, I’ve lived with this guilt for most of my adult life. Twenty years ago today I realized I was the last person on earth. So why was my phone still ringing?

    By tequillamockingbird on 03.24.2019

  12. ringing what a work to get, phone is ringing or i have ringing in my ears when ever that happeens i all think im going to go deaf, did you hear that, hear what, that ringing

    By cariann beaudette URL on 03.24.2019

  13. There’s a ringing in my ears. I can feel them, almost buzzing. Hold on. They’re cold. I didn’t put ear protection on. They’re dangling around my neck. Dang. good luck, old me. sorry. Chopsaws really don’t work with eardrums too well. It’ll be alright. Maybe you’ll wear them enough to hear your grandkids laugh or your wife joke. Maybe you’ll be deaf enough not to hear that you mother is dead. who knows. do you really want to hear?

    By katie on 03.24.2019

  14. The ringing from the phone echoed in the building, ultimately waking the sleeping man. He let out a groan and grabbed his bok as he got and walked towards the phone; picking it up and letting his voice answer the cries for help on the other side

    By Kaitlyn on 03.25.2019

  15. The man held his book with care, reading along the lines calmly, but the sound of a phone ringing pulled him out of his thoughts. It was rather annoying but he closed his book with one simple movement before making his way towards the said phone. He grabbed it and raised the device up to his ear before finally answering.

    By Navinity on 03.25.2019

  16. The phone keeps ringing , i have mixed emotions, waiting for a particular, expecting and praying its that call am waiting for. I am scared to check it

    By Rodiyah on 03.25.2019

  17. The bell is ringing loudly. I can’t hear myself think. It exhausts me, that clamorous clanging – that endless, clanking noise. I cover my ears and scream. The ringing in my ears never ends. I can’t escape that bell.

    By Louise on 03.25.2019

  18. ringing in my ears
    buzzing that won’t go away
    can’t focus
    can’t sleep
    please go away
    please let me rest
    bring me peace
    leave me be

    By Abby URL on 03.25.2019

  19. The ringing in her ear had been constant. A reminder of the damage she had encountered for the past two decades. After seeing several doctors with all the same diagnosis, she was determined not to let it affect the work she had begun. Tap, tap, tap, click, click, click, every key seemed to make its own sound through her i

    By GmaCis URL on 03.25.2019

  20. the doorbell was ringing, her head was ringing, the birds were singing but it felt like a sledgehammer

    By Morgan Bell on 03.25.2019

  21. ringing the phone, ringing in my ears, ringing the bells at my wedding, ringing the dinner bell,
    one room school house ringing the recess bell,

    By Kris Ogle on 03.25.2019

  22. Ringing is a loud noise that notifies people. I brings peoples attention to certain things. Like a cellphone or at a resturant to notify staff. Its a work that is a noise.

    By Daisy Riegel on 03.25.2019

  23. i heard a ringing sound in mu head i s hit m head very hard and saw some stars i had rung my bell vert hard the ringinh sound didn not go away andi was woeei

    By Vivian Mattes on 03.25.2019

  24. I was asleep when my phone started ringing it was my mom, hey I asked sleepily do you need anything from the store she said well I want an energy drink

    By Jesse Martinez on 03.25.2019

  25. Antes de continuar, el hombre escuchó sonar el teléfono. Quizá era la llamada que esperó durante horas. Se acercó tembloroso, levantó la bocina y escucho con atención: ¿Está satisfecho con el servicio de su compañia telefónica? Montó en cólera gritando a la operadora, había interrumpido el momento más importante de vida. Colgó con violencia el aparato y regresó a la cornisa para dar el salto final.

    By Miauricio Jimenez URL on 03.25.2019

  26. There’s a constant hum that flows through my arms, something alive, like an itch that won’t go away. My body is ringing with an energy I’ve only ever felt late at night after a gunshot would go off nearby. I was desperate to get out. But where would I go? Anywhere, I thought, right now anywhere is enough.

    By ames on 03.25.2019

  27. The phone was ringing and I didn’t know why…I walked into the kitchen where I remember putting my phone. It wasn’t there so I followed the ring to my front door, I didn’t know why the ring as coming from my front door. I opened it and I then noticed was on the stairs. I figured my brothers were just trying to play a prank or something. But, when I stepped on to the porch I fell into a purple space tunnel.

    By Alexandria on 03.25.2019

  28. The bell, it hurt my ears; It was so loud. So violent. Evil, even. That’s when I knew. God, it was till going! I couldn’t escape it.

    By Sean on 03.25.2019

  29. I keep hearing the ringing in my ears from last night. My memories are slightly foggy. All that I can remember is the sweet smell of rum in the air, the hazy clouds in the air, as individuals were taking drags and puffing their smoke into the air. I don’t really recall why I was there either. I know that Katy really wanted me to go with her yesterday to support her cabaret performance. It was the first time that I got to see her perform. Normally, she’s too afraid to grace her talents to the public but this time was different.

    By Johhny on 03.25.2019

  30. I keep hearing the ringing in my ears from last night. My memories are slightly foggy. All that I can remember is the sweet smell of rum in the air, the hazy clouds in the air, as individuals were taking drags and puffing their smoke into the air. I don’t really recall why I was there either. I know that Katy really wanted me to go with her yesterday to support her cabaret performance. It was the first time that I got to see her perform. Normally, she’s too afraid to grace her talents to the public but this time was different. I just can’t put my finger on why. She’s been shy up until this moment, but it was something about the past couple of days that triggered some excitement within her. I just can’t seem to grasp why.

    By Johhny on 03.25.2019

  31. I awoke to the ringing of an alarm that I hadn’t set the night before. Part of me wondered if I was still dreaming; as my eyes slowly fluttered open, I saw a figure cloaked in black, standing at the foot of my bed.

    By AJ Kenobi URL on 03.25.2019

  32. The ringing of the doorbell drew me out of my slumber.
    He was here.
    I didn’t know what do do, or say, or think, or feel.
    “Hello, “t I said, opening the foor slowly. He nodded and turned into the kitchen.
    “Yes,” was the only word I heard from his conversation with my mother and father.
    “It has been decided,” he said. “You’re coming with me.”

    By N on 03.25.2019