May 10, 2012
By TaylerBrooke BRONZE, Las Vegas, Nevada
TaylerBrooke BRONZE, Las Vegas, Nevada
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Favorite Quote:
Carpe Diem!

black, blue, purple,
large, small.
So many varieties.
Each one tells a different story.
Some are clumsy falls,
others angry lashes.
my favorite still,
are the ones from a great practice.
They are from risky dives,
nasty trips,
and coaches mistakes.
Each one holds a memory.

The author's comments:
I'm a volleyball player and i play Setter. This position involves the most work and I am responsible for every second ball and I refuse to let it hit the floor so I am constantly covered in bruises. Volleyball is my passion (along with writing) and it inspires me.

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on May. 17 2012 at 5:01 pm
TaylerBrooke BRONZE, Las Vegas, Nevada
1 article 0 photos 2 comments

Favorite Quote:
Carpe Diem!

thanks! i really appreciate your comment :) i'll definitely take it into consideration for future works

DanielM SILVER said...
on May. 15 2012 at 2:06 pm
DanielM SILVER, Kent, Washington
6 articles 1 photo 247 comments

Favorite Quote:
"I would rather hated million times for what i did then loved a million times for what i didn't do." - Daniel Moto
" I've sought out to be the best i could posibly be but when i hit a roadblock in life what did i do, i had two choices either stay at the roadblock or i take this roadblock and make of it and go around it and achieve my goal. So, what will it be?"- Daniel Mathia

"People take love like its a four letter word or just a phrase that you tell people or your friends all the time. But in reality love is much bigger than a merely phrase or 4 letter word. Instead love is a genuine promise or covenant to that special person."-Daniel Mathia

“Why change yourself when you were made perfect and wonderfully by the creator of everything?” – Daniel Mathia

“If live is not hurtin then were really not living in.” – B. Reith

I liked your poem. Maybe the only thing i would suggest is maybe go in depth in some of the stanzas. Other than that i really liked it. Great Job!!!

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