Darryl K. Porter

Rookie (11/24/1961 / Chicago, IL.)

CHESS


‘CHESS’

The life like as the chess.
A person has to make plans for life and chess.
A person has to make plans for both of them.
The plans could be adoptive for the life EVERY SECONDS
However, a chess player cannot change plans.
In addition, player’s competitors carry out their plans for a game.

Submitted: Wednesday, March 25, 2009

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