Use standard English phrases and syntax.
Phrases: There is nothing grammatically wrong with saying that Juliet’s description of waking up in the Capulet tomb “stimulates shivers in my spine” but the colloquial phrase, used by all speakers of good standard English, is “sends shivers down my spine.” Note, however, that such common phrases lose their descriptive force through overuse and familiarity. You would want to find another way to describe the effect of this passage.
Syntax: There is nothing grammatically wrong with saying that “Writing my essay I am” but most people would say “I am writing my essay” (subject-verb-object order). On the other hand, if someone asks you “Are you actually writing your essay at last?” you might well say “Writing my essay I am [indeed]!” In this latter case, inverted syntax adds a particular emphasis to the sentence that is appropriate to the context