by Tricia McGill
Sunday, December 26, 2004
Rated "G" by the Author.
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Life is a series of pathways and doorways.
The doorway to life is always open; with welcoming arms she calls you in.
Some doors are large and some are small, but no matter the size they have one thing in common.
To let you in to a room or a garden, a new slant on life that's sure to be different.
A door to a church where we go to pray, a door to a heart where we long to stay.
Red doors or brown doors, tin ones or wooden, some with bars and padlocks to form a prison.
I remember a door in a small town in Cornwall with a porch made of wood, surrounded by creepers,
so quaint, so welcoming, so olde world charming.
A door to a cottage built long long ago.
Doorways to pubs and doorways to schools;
No matter our age, our gender or colour, we all go through doors on our way to our goals.
We have to enter new doors each fresh day to take us forever onwards;
To open new chapters in life's endless search for avenues of learning.
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|Reviewed by Richard Bowers
|Which way shall I take the course to my reader’s hearts,
What scale and tools do I collect with,
What voyeur’s wrap I claim in readiness.
Are the ages of my father come to bear,
Or will be for next generation’s benefit:
And for sure hope luck to smile a lot,
Unless I weaken in devotion,
That I harbor this pretext,
Where course is subject to a wanton age.
Gather, flock with us; examine all to beyond:
Valiant person have surpassed our time.
|Reviewed by Andre Bendavi ben-YEHU
Wise words throughtout the lines of "Doors" bring a message for life's excellence.
Healthy Long Creative Life, Poet!
Andre Emmanuel Bendavi ben-YEHU
|Reviewed by Melissa Rives
|Well spoken...and how true!|
|Reviewed by jude forese
|"the doors of perception" are always open to the pathways of enlightenment ...
very well written ...
|Reviewed by Ronald Hull
|Insightful and pleasing. The doors of our lives.