Create passages like this and much more by merely filling in the blanks. It's easy (provided you recall the difference between an abstract noun and a concrete noun . . . do you?).
Twenty passages have been pulled from classic stories like The Tell-Tale Heart and The Adventures of Tom Sawyer and here and there words have been removed. You are asked to provide a list of words that are used to fill in the blanks. See, easy.
Oh, and remember that adverbs can be replaced with adverbial phrases such as, "like pearls before swine" and, "with the grace of a meteor crashing into a bathtub." The more creative you are with the words you provide the better the results.