elements ii

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“there’s a universe

swirling inside you.

 

you have to learn to be

your own earth,

wind, fire

and water.

 

you are a natural

phenomenon-

not a natural disaster.”

~Unknown

*Photo Credits: Richard Jean-Louis

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Author: Maysa Rose

I am a seventeen year old professional trainee ballet dancer who is currently pursuing a marketing degree at the local college as a dual enrolled student. Outside of dance and school, I really enjoy writing, archery, traveling, music, photography, as well as spending time with friends and family. My blog is about as random as it can possibly get, so I hope that you stop by and find something that interests you!

18 thoughts on “elements ii”

    1. I thought it was pretty neat too!
      I actually couldn’t find your poem, “On The Edge” that you were telling me about in one of my previous posts… Could you share the link or poem here? I would love to read it! I am so glad that you liked this, and thanks for reading! 🙂

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      1. Oh Gosh! I have a series of poems that start with the title ‘On the edge’. I will see if I can find where I made the comment, then I will know which one it is. Hope you are managing to keep up your dancing, archery and other activities together with your marketing studies. Are you at a State College, I remember we had dual-enrolled students at Florida State in Jax. I will see if I can find the link.

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          1. I just read your poem, and I loved hearing your perspective on this! Your use of the elements within this series is so creative, and I enjoyed becoming part of it. I don’t necessarily have a break from studying this weekend because I have two big exams and a project due next week… Thank you, and I hope that you have a great weekend as well! 🙂

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        1. Okay, that sounds great! I am actually dual enrolled at a community college right now, but I am looking into transferring to a university after I graduate high school. That is so neat that you use to work at Florida State!
          It is definitely not an easy task, but I manage to get everything done on time.

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