Two Roads

Poem by: A Stranger

Summary

The choices we face

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Submitted: January 22, 2007

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Submitted: January 22, 2007

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Two roads

Two paths

A debate never ending

To chose, always uncertainty

What defines who we are?

Is it teaching?

Or experience

Which ever, matters not

Even if circumstances differ

At the core

Everything is equal

A becoming in a sense

A task always daunting

Wrought by conscience

Ethics, morality

Acceptance and comprimise

At times

For there are no other options

To convalesce

An amputation of spirit

Without prosthetic

A choice made

Guided by character and courage

Defining being

To have integrity


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