isaiah bess


soccer


Soccer
Have you ever been on a soccer field?
Well if you haven't it’s the m amazing thing
It’s like being in heaven but on grass
When the grass is just cut and the potato bugs are jumping in the air it gives you energy to have fun

And if you have been on a field then you know how the freshly cut grass
stings your nose and enlightens your heart to give you extra strength to
play soccer harder than you ever have in your life. That is what it’s like being on a soccer field!
By: Isaiah Bess

Submitted: Tuesday, January 20, 2009

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  • Misade Butterfly (7/16/2010 12:50:00 PM)

    The ice conjurs, as the thoughts wrestle up the ponder of the red and gold colored faces beyond the point of elation and, suddenly, the goal is made, then melted.

    The energy, an international joyful revolution filling the galaxy and the company of those who share the same passion meddle the force of imani, and the potato bugs gather for joy once more.

    It is conquered. It is won. It is finished. (Report) Reply

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