Carpe Diem

May 1, 2012
By misscampa GOLD, El Paso, Texas
misscampa GOLD, El Paso, Texas
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Favorite Quote:
I am not afraid of death, I just don't want to be there when it happens.
Woody Allen

English is not boring
It’s not fun
But I enjoy it
My teacher always says “Carpe Diem “
At first I had no idea I thought she was an alien
But after listening carefully it made me realize something
Not something negative
Something positive
My teacher says it means “seize the day” in English
“Ms. I thought I were in English class”
What does seize the day even mean?
Wait I think I heard this in a television show
It means live in the now and forget about the past
Carpe Diem is Latin
Is Latin a language?
Well any ways Carpe Diem

The author's comments:
Seize the day

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