My name is Melissa. I'm an outdoor type person; love to fish, swim, ride horses. I also like sports, but love basketball. My team is "Boston".
As you can see, I've made some bad choices in life; it's called a mistake. We all have made them, right?
If you choose to give me a chance, I'm sure you'll like me. I'm unique, funny, a bit clumsy, too, but maybe that's part of being blonde. "ha, ha"
I also write poetry, it's how I spend my time.
I'll leave you with this thought: "Strangers are just friends waiting to happen." So I hope you're my new friend, hope to hear from you soon. Hope you enjoy my poem.
Imagine A World
By: Melissa Carr
Imagine A World where time stands still, where Nothing you do is of your own free will, stripped of your freedom, hope and pride, Surrounded by strangers with no place to hide.
Imagine A World where you're told what to wear, where to go and where no one you love can ever be there. You're told each day that you can't talk, told over and over again where you may walk. This is a world where you sleep surrounded by hate, where all you can do is sit and wait on your release date.
Imagine A World where your days crawl like a snail, where all you hope for is maybe some mail. In this world you have you eat very quick. Does this sound like a world that would make you sick?
Imagine A World surrounded by wire and leaving this place is your heart's greatest desire. Imagine a world so hard to conceive or comprehend, yet here I sit, here heartbroken, sad and alone, hoping and praying to go home ... Imagine A World....
|Date of Birth:||09/09/1975||Age:||34|
|Projected Release Date:||Marital Status||Single|
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|Hair Color||Blonde||Eye Color:||Green|
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Posted: 08/06/2010 - Expires: - Ad Code: F10-192
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|Melissa Carr #352196|
|L.C.I.W. Libra 2|
|P.O. Box 26|
|St. Gabriel, LA 70776-0026|
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