Elizabeth Walker

Rookie (11/01/1985 / Winston Salem, North Carolina)

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I have been in Hendersonville, TN almost all my life. I was raised by my mother and father, living with 2 younger brothers. My mother died at age 42, i was 16. I write to get out my emotional struggles, although some of the tamer ones were written in middles school. I have a lil girl and am married. more »

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Racing

The pace car is out leading the pack
slowly it moves around the track
the cars then speed up at a fast clip
no treads on these tires makes it easy to slip
but keep your eyes open and alert
cars get knocked and people get hurt
take a chance take a dare
but i warn you be prepared
if the sound of cars whizzing by
is the source of your high
maybe its a race you should try.

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