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I was born on Tuesday, November 1, 1994, at a Catholic hospital, named St. Vincent's, In Birmingham, Al. Although my family and I aren't Catholic, my brother, father, and I were all born in the same hospital. I was born with Hydrocephalus, which is a disorder that has too much access water on the brain. While I was three months old, I had surgery on my head. The doctors had to put in a VP shut at the right side of my neck. It goes from my brain to my stomach. The reason I am sharing this information with you, is because I feel comfortable sharing it with you. I do have a normal life, just like everyone else. I was also born legally blind, but I was told by my doctor that the disorder was considered "legally blind". At 9th grade, I enrolled in a blind school in Alabama, called the Alabama School for the Blind.
After I graduate from my high school. I will be going to college to major in Elementary Education, and I'd like to become a Kindergarten teacher, one day. If you want to know anything else about me, just ask! GOD BLESS!

I'd like to meet

Jesus
Stephen King

Activities

swimming, coin collecting, etc.

Interests

I like coin collecting, story writing, spending time with children, and song writing.

Favorite Music

Pop, Rap, Country, Rock.

Favorite TV Shows

Bates Motel
House M.D.

Favorite Movies

Kindergarten Cop, Mr. Deeds, etc.

Favorite Books

It-Stephen King

Favorite Quotes

"I will not just live my life, I will invest my life."- Helen Keller

Children begin by loving their parents; after a time they judge them; rarely, if ever, do they forgive them."- Oscar Wilde

“Never will I leave you; never will I forsake you.”- Hebrews 13:5

Favorite Heroes

My Brother, David

Jesus
brother david jesus

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  • (temporary name) Titor 2014/05/02 16:27:15
    (temporary name) Titor
    Here are some I like

    Under the plum tree,
    Meeting and passing each other,
    Exchanging no words.

    Plum blossoms far and near:
    My routine these days
    Is strolling under them.

    The winter wind has
    Blown the evening sun
    Into the sea.

    In the winter wind
    The mountain peak
    Soars like a sword.
  • (temporary name) Titor 2014/05/02 04:20:15 (edited)
    (temporary name) Titor
    Chatterton was a genius. He died too early and had a terrible life. Unlike Dickens, who had a hard life growing up as well, he was never acknowledged during his lifetime.

    I'm not a fan of Japanese poetry. I'm a fan of Japanese literature. I mostly like European poetry. And I know what haiku are. I have a small book of haiku written by Natsume Soseki. Soseki was a beautiful poet. Maybe I am a fan of Japanese poetry. Haha. I'm not very experienced with Jap poetry so I can't say for sure. I should share a haiku by Soseki with you.
  • (temporary name) Titor 2014/05/02 04:01:47 (edited)
    (temporary name) Titor
    Wordsworth didn't write that but I believe he was friends with the poet who did. And the romantic period was in the 19th century, not the 17th or 18th.

    I know who Blake is. I just read The Tyger and it's beautifully written. Not my style although I do respect the technique. I'm afraid I'm mostly interested in existential poetry. Since you referred me to that poem, let me refer you to The Resignation by Thomas Chatterton. Chatterton isn't a meaningful poet. His poems don't express personal pain or tragedy. Instead he focused on writing pseudo medievil poetry. What interested me in him so much was his beautiful technique.

    O God, whose thunder shakes the sky,
    Whose eye this atom globe surveys,
    To thee, my only rock, I fly,
    Thy mercy in thy justice praise.

    The mystic mazes of thy will,
    The shadows of celestial light,
    Are past the pow'r of human skill,--
    But what th' Eternal acts is right.

    O teach me in the trying hour,
    When anguish swells the dewy tear,
    To still my sorrows, own thy pow'r,
    Thy goodness love, thy justice fear.

    If in this bosom aught but Thee
    Encroaching sought a boundless sway,
    Omniscience could the danger see,
    And Mercy look the cause away.

    Then why, my soul, dost thou complain?
    Why drooping seek the dark recess?
    Shake off the melancholy c...















    Wordsworth didn't write that but I believe he was friends with the poet who did. And the romantic period was in the 19th century, not the 17th or 18th.

    I know who Blake is. I just read The Tyger and it's beautifully written. Not my style although I do respect the technique. I'm afraid I'm mostly interested in existential poetry. Since you referred me to that poem, let me refer you to The Resignation by Thomas Chatterton. Chatterton isn't a meaningful poet. His poems don't express personal pain or tragedy. Instead he focused on writing pseudo medievil poetry. What interested me in him so much was his beautiful technique.

    O God, whose thunder shakes the sky,
    Whose eye this atom globe surveys,
    To thee, my only rock, I fly,
    Thy mercy in thy justice praise.

    The mystic mazes of thy will,
    The shadows of celestial light,
    Are past the pow'r of human skill,--
    But what th' Eternal acts is right.

    O teach me in the trying hour,
    When anguish swells the dewy tear,
    To still my sorrows, own thy pow'r,
    Thy goodness love, thy justice fear.

    If in this bosom aught but Thee
    Encroaching sought a boundless sway,
    Omniscience could the danger see,
    And Mercy look the cause away.

    Then why, my soul, dost thou complain?
    Why drooping seek the dark recess?
    Shake off the melancholy chain.
    For God created all to bless.

    But ah! my breast is human still;
    The rising sigh, the falling tear,
    My languid vitals' feeble rill,
    The sickness of my soul declare.

    But yet, with fortitude resigned,
    I'll thank th' inflicter of the blow;
    Forbid the sigh, compose my mind,
    Nor let the gush of mis'ry flow.

    The gloomy mantle of the night,
    Which on my sinking spirit steals,
    Will vanish at the morning light,
    Which God, my East, my sun reveals.
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  • (temporary name) Titor 2014/05/02 03:47:18 (edited)
    (temporary name) Titor
    What would you like to discuss? My favorite poet is William Wordsworth and my favorite poem is I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud. Yours?
  • Michael 2014/01/01 03:14:56
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  • **yuri-the-emo** 2013/11/14 23:09:01
    **yuri-the-emo**
    thanks for accepting!
    sakura
  • sockpuppet 2013/10/18 04:23:49
    sockpuppet
    Hiya, Stephen-- I'm doing well, thanks! :O)

    How about you? Are you ready to start teacher's training yet, or still waiting to graduate?
  • sockpuppet 2013/10/04 18:16:34
    sockpuppet
    Hello, Stephen-- thanks for the friend request.

    I'm pleased to meet you. When I was in teacher's training, I knew a couple of men who went into early education, and they were really nice guys. I'm sure they did a great job with the kids-- they were upbeat and positive. I hope you'll follow your instincts, too.

    As they say, if you can get a career doing what you love, you'll never "work" a day in your life. :O)
  • MidnightCowboy 2013/10/04 03:53:20
    MidnightCowboy
    I'm doing fine.
  • Niki55543143 2013/10/04 03:13:25
  • ilikechickensandcows :3 2013/10/01 03:48:42
    ilikechickensandcows :3
    Hey Stephen.
    I guess I'm fine :P
    How about you?
  • King Anti-Christ 666 2013/08/04 13:18:33
    King Anti-Christ 666
    moderated...
  • XNecroMancerX 2013/07/31 02:30:06
    XNecroMancerX
    Thanks for the add my friend!
  • Richard M. Nixon 2013/07/24 17:00:25
    Richard M. Nixon
    I'd like to meet
    Jesus
    Stephen King

    I hope you meet Mr. King first!

    meet jesus stephen king hope meet king
  • Tudie BN 2013/06/09 04:58:41
  • ilikechickensandcows :3 2013/05/24 09:58:52
    ilikechickensandcows :3
    Nothing Much :) Whats up with you ;D
  • ilikechickensandcows :3 2013/05/17 10:37:26
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  • Stephen
  • Male
  • WA, US
  • 2012/11/04 20:42:57
  • 9 hours ago
  • 19
  • Single
  • Straight
  • Scorpio
  • Discovering Opinions
  • High School (Current)
  • Student
  • Student
  • $0 - $25k
  • Yes
  • Yes
  • Christian
  • No thank you
  • Conservative
  • White/Caucasian
  • Average
  • 5 feet 4 inches