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At a cross roads I stand
Hat in my hand
Iíve been here before
Which? I implore.
Roads are few
And I must go without you.
The ways are narrow
And trod with harrow.
At a cross roads I stand.
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|Reviewed by Ronald Hull
|There is a certain poignancy in thisÖ A sadness upon taking a new course.
|Reviewed by Jansen Estrup
|Well posited. Whichever choice you make may your adventure be challenging and worthy. Best.
|Reviewed by Isabella Koldras
|Rosemarie, in life, we are constantly at crossroads...some life-changing
other don't seem to make a difference either way...We stand there sad...
...alone...confused....still searching...still elusive...which to choose...what
choice to make?. Crossroads are always in our lives...regardless of age
...wealth...in a happy mood or depressed...we must decide...not always
knowing the ripple effect that this simply decision can have on our life
and others around us....forever...The narrow way leads to everlasting life...
according to the Bible....
Thank you for sharing your personal thoughts.
|Reviewed by OnepoetGem *the Poetic Rapper
|i see you rhyming life Rose, hope this is only verse. I'm at a cross road also with this old age break down.|
|Reviewed by Mike Bayles
|I can relate to this poem, because many of us face crises and decisions. It circles well to the beginning line.|
|Reviewed by Regis Auffray
|Thought-provoking verses that awaken emotions as well... ...since I can relate. Nicely done, Rosemarie. Love and best wishes to you,