Juliana LaVe'


Taekwondo (I am not sure what to name this poem)


Kick, punch, Way of life-
These are words of wisdom.
Full of strength and full of strife-
Words to build a kingdom.

A kingdom built with discipline'
The walls are made of power.
Sealed so strong and towering high-
Growing by the hour.

The workers never rest
They feel a need for greatness.
Perfecting every moment,
And never giving less.

They are winners till the end,
Never overpowered.
Facing every obstacle
And never getting tired.

Each and every day
They face a harder course;
But never will they cease
'Till life gives into force.

This is their way of life
Held steadfast like a family.
Always trying harder,
Living free so happily.

Submitted: Tuesday, May 07, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, September 17, 2013

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Taekwondo means kick punch way of life so I decided to write this poem about it. This is about how when you are in it you can never quit and you are always consistently improving and trying harder every second. As a family they work together and help each other.

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