A peom about Disability

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An experience I will never forget with Tm Shriver at National Games

Disability is something I have

It is something I was born with

However it does not define me

I define me

I decide what I can and can not do

I can do anything I set my mind to do

No matter how hard or difficult the task

I am motivated in life by

People who told me that I couldn't

To prove all the doubters wrong and show them that

I can and I will

Never ever allow anyone to tell you that you can not do something

Because you can do anything you set your mind to do

Never ever stop believing in yourself

Belief goes along way

It works with you each and everyday

Trey M., Cape Cod Massachusetts Special Olympics

July 28th, 2017

About Me:

My name is Anthony J. Marabella III (Trey). I am proud to be a Special Olympics Athlete in Massachusetts. I was chosen in 2010 along with my teammates the Life Survivors to represent the state of Massachusetts at the 2010 Special Olympics USA Nationals in Lincoln, Nebraska and our team won the bronze medal and I felt honored and privileged to have been chosen to represent the state of Massachusetts at those games. I also like that everyone in the Special Olympics is treated as equals and makes you feel like you are part of something special and part of something that all of the people involved with this great organization love doing and enjoy doing and thanks to it’s founder we are all allowed to do this and have fun and make friends and play the sports we love and even volunteer at events as well.Being in the Special Olympics means so much to me because I feel part of something special and I love the passion, commitment, desire, devotion and love for sports that I have given as well