Two poems by Brent Young Lacrosse Stick The top of the stick has an odd shape, connected to a long piece of composite or metal. The shaft of the stick is all covered in tape, the back of the mesh flowing out like a petal. The head of the stick is the color of white, nothing too outrageous like back in the 6th grade. The look of the stick is a magnificent sight, Hoping the white of the mesh does not fade. The shaft is in total 30 inches, A peculiar length for a sport people say is fake. The ends of the shooting strings fraying on the fringes, Wishing that the stick will never break. The slick feeling of the silver metal shaft in your hands, While all of the fans are cheering up in the stands.