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ear Basketball, From the moment I started rolling my dad’s tube socks Dear Basketball BY KOBE BRYANT NOV 29 2015 EDITIONS United States Global About Athlete Application Careers JOIN OUR NEWSLETTER 1/26/20, 8:48 PM Page 1 of 5
‘Dear Basketball’ by Kobe Bryant is a nine-stanza poem that is separated into uneven sets of lines. These range in length from one single line up to seven. No rhyme scheme unifies this poem, nor is there a metrical pattern. The poem is written in free verse, with all stanzas focused on Kobe Bryant’s love for basketball. Literary Devices in Dear Basketball
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The late, great Kobe Bryant and his stunning poem: Love you always. A french exit is a departure without a farewell or a goodbye. It’s showing up at a social gathering for a drink or two, a good laugh, a story, perhaps just enough time to breath life into the party before making your escape, and then when the evening is at its loudest, quietly exiting through the back door without so much as a wave goodbye.
It's a vivid memory that kids who grew up playing basketball in the Kobe Bryant era know. They have the ball in their hands, ready to shoot, they take a step back and exclaim, "Kobe!"
To announce his retirement after two illustrious decades of professional basketball, Kobe Bryant published a poem entitled ‘Dear Basketball’ on The Players’ Tribune.
Game-winning shots. In the Great Western Forum. I knew one thing was real: I fell in love with you. A love so deep I gave you my all —. From my mind & body. To my spirit & soul. As a six-year-old boy. Deeply in love with you.
Dear Kobe: An Ode to the Lakers Legend An ode to Los Angeles Lakers legend Kobe Bryant after his tragic death in a helicopter accident. Based on Bryant's 'Dear Basketball' poem.