Brandon Lucero

Freshman - 776 Points [Phoenix Rising] (03/22/1987 / Arizona)

Brandon Lucero Poems

41. Synergy 4/15/2016
42. First Kiss 7/5/2016
43. Umbrella 10/27/2016
44. Stony Heart 11/23/2016
45. Shape Of You 2/14/2018
46. Let The Ashes Rise 1/21/2013
47. Perpetual Wonder (Love Letter To Athletes) 1/23/2013

Comments about Brandon Lucero

  • Susan Botz (9/9/2013 1:43:00 PM)

    Hear you are moving to N.Y. GOOD LUCK, would you keep in touch at my email-thomasandsuzan@hevanet.com , Susan

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  • Susan Botz (9/9/2013 1:39:00 PM)

    Hear you are moving to N.Y. Good luck, have a granddaughter near your age working in this area-for a while, thought maybe you might still be here. Maybe you could keep in touch once in a while, love to hear about N.Y. email address is: thomasandsuzan@hevanet.com -write more poetry! ! Susan

Best Poem of Brandon Lucero

Perpetual Wonder (Love Letter To Athletes)

I watch, listen, intently, excitement brewing

All of life's little intricacies disappear,

The thoughts race, running fast as my favorites players

From Clemente to Tom Terrific, Ruth to Jordan, Speed and power

The scariest of the scary, strong, brave, men

I have a hero for every ball, foot, basket, base

Love is not the word to describe the poetry in motion,

I am forever a child, a young man, in the prime of every legendary

career that proceeds me, I am forever grateful, thank you earth,

thank you universe, thank you God, for the...

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Walking, Breathing, City

Someway in the dark, who can say for sure? Eclipsing reason and strength, love bounded us together, step by forward step.
You laughed and I cried. We danced, searching for a thrill, accompanying the night.

Things change oh so slightly, I'm so highly likely, to regret the things I've done and said. Somewhere we should start recovering from the wounds of life. Looking for a little green bag, out of sight Doin' things my way.

Love came and went, the truths jumped left and right, Texas T

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