Sunday, January 20, 2013

Cross-roads

A photo taken last summer, standing atop a parking garage and looking down. A little idea about cross-roads and choices.

[ f/8, 1/200, 70mm, ISO 400 ]

cross-roads

i did believe one time
in preparation
to approach life's crossroads

looking for a sign
a declaration
and hope my fear erodes

but i never could avoid
delightful twists
on roads i never chose

in truth i have enjoyed
when life insists
on roads that i've opposed


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11 comments:

  1. Mario~
    You bless us with fresh perspective, both with your photo-images and your words. I, too, resist the unknown, but have relished experiences offered up by it. We are in sync!

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  2. oh yes, I like to deviate as well
    http://llmcalling.blogspot.co.uk/2013/01/showing-that-you-care.html

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  3. Oooh! I love the direction (no pun...) you took in this poem. The hand of fate in detours and shortcuts.

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  4. I like the tones, and the high angle. Nice one good sir!

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  5. It is the roads we never chose that have taught us the most! Fantastic poem! It so resonates with me.

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  6. Mario, I do think sometimes what gives us great joy is the unexpected and unplanned. Nice!

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  7. The road 'less travelled' so often tempts.
    Very joyous read.

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  8. I have to say I do agree with your final stanza...on most occasions! Nicely done Mario.

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  9. What is that saying? Life is what happens to you while you are making other plans. This poem has that feel.

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  10. Excellent end rhymes and rhymes tucked throughout. "Oh" sounds were a fantastic carriage for the message.

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