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Poetry is not turning loose of emotion but an escape from emotion it is not the expression of personality but the escape from personality But of course only those who have personality and emotions know what it means to want to escape from these things TS Eliot I was able to understand this concept at a young age The journey into poetry started in the fifth grade A couple of classmates and I took a gander at poetry when we were given the chance to participate in Young Authors That very moment marked my journey into the intriguing world of poetry With my new found interest I was able to overcome many painful and life altering obstacles within my years of livingRandom transition I had always been captivated by trying new things In fact when I was given the opportunity to be able to write a book I obliged My classmates suggested we write a poetry based book On the outside I was most willing yet on the inside I was very skeptical I never written a poem well besides the generic roses are red and violets are blue I was not sure what I would write about Yet I was determined I planned on writing the best poem my little mind could muster To my surprise the words seem to flow from my mind to the paper with much ease I filled the paper that was once before me within in minuets as I often do nowAnother Random Transition when my classmates and I were announced the winners we were over joyed Not only did we get our work published but we also got a chance to meet with a well-known author David T Greenburg Meeting with David T Greenburg gave me the impression that I was in front of a very important person I was very intimidated by him when it was my turn to meet with him face to face Gathering
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