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Describe a memorable day in your life.

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Introduction

Describe a memorable day in your life. Every time I write it is an intense emotional and spiritual experience. I do not know how others feel about writing their souls and emotions on a blank piece of paper but I love it. However sometimes I feel that I am not very good at it. I know that if I keep working hard and strive to achieve my goals I can do anything I set my mind to. A famous poet once said that, "Two roads diverged in a wood, and I-I took the one less traveled by, And that has made all the difference" (Robert Frost, 1949). I know that if I continue on the path I have chosen regardless of the trials and tribulations along the way I will become the person I want to be. I will be more than I ever dreamed. One of my most memorable experiences involves the love I have of writing. ...read more.

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I began to win more and more poetry contests. I was awarded more and more awards, a total of seven trophies since that first fateful letter from Open Heart Poetry. The International Society of Poets sent me on various trips to meet with thousands of others who have similar talents to my own. My love of the written word was shared with others in many fields. Some were uneducated and had backgrounds similar to my own while others were literary legends. I will never forget how it felt to be one among many who had so much talent. I felt lost in a sea of souls who placed their entire beings in the hands of others. I met so many wonderful people and I shall never replace the friendships garnered and the information obtained. Recently this has led to me becoming a internationally recognized literary talent in the realm of poetry. My trophies on the wall have been beacons of encouragement in my travels to New England, Paris, and New York. ...read more.

Conclusion

My ultimate dream is to become a famous poet and become recognized in the world of writing. I want people to remember me much like they do when they think of Robert Frost or Shakespeare. I want my words to have an impact on others lives and cause them to realize that even when the road splits, the path less traveled is often the one with the best rewards, and sometimes you have to take a chance and step off the beaten track. In conclusion, I can say without a doubt that I have learned many things along this journey of the mind, heart and soul, and I would not have changed anything that happened along the way. Not the sorrow I have felt or the pain, or the struggle to learn because in the end I have become better for the journey. Without it I would be but a shadow of the person I am today and would never have realized I can achieve anything I put my mind to. ...read more.

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