Samuel Hall

Rookie (December 5,1987 / Boise, Idaho)

Samuel Hall
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I've never realized my mind's capabilities until high school. I grew up my whole life in Boise, Idaho, living the daily rituals without realization of what I was doing. I've lived in two houses during my life, one for 8 years, one for 9. I have always had a fetish for sports, whether it's soccer, basketball, or tennis. However, recently, I discovered the commonly unknown sport of lacrosse. I now play the sport passionately. Alongside this, my mind won't stop thinking through the simplest of human acts and concepts. When I'm driving, I can't help but look at a tire on another car and ponder about everything that has to do with it's movement and existence. I think things through ... more »

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  • Sam Hall (4/22/2006 5:26:00 PM)

    hi sam this is sam! ! i really like your poems! ! were do the come from? ? its great that u can just write!

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Best Poem of Samuel Hall

The Breaking Point

The door is shut, the handle locked,
The light breaks in from the crack below,
As you sit in your room, full of fear and shock,
At the empty blackness, the tension, the woe.
Your existence is balanced on the state of the door,
The rusted knob groans and cracks from within.
Sweat down your face...what should you die for?
To control the shadow, or let it win.
As the handle clicks, as the key is turned,
Your life seems to quake and your hands grow numb.
Each second, the room darkens to a lesson soon learned,
Of the way of the thought, the choice to ...

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