Shooting my Shot at Imaginary Targets

I’m no professional archer or basketball player. Even the most experienced athlete experiences a missed shot or two. But as for me, it seems like I’m always aiming my shot at empty space. No matter how often I train, I might as well be juggling basketballs than shooting them.

Dead on arrival

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Aspiring Front-End Developer | Writer | A creative polymath with lessons to share and stories to tell.

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