Indecision

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Poetry  |  House: Booksie Classic
It's tough sometimes making decisions, when you decide not to do something can this be percieved as not making a decision? Is it sometimes seen that backing away from making a tough decision is being indecisive? Does this mean that the only time that you make a decision is when that decision is in the positive as the negative is indicisive?

Submitted: October 27, 2007

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Open eyes to darkness stare
Lie still and cold, mind in despair
 
Grey mist and veils, a lack of vision 
No future in sight, just indecision
 
Through window peep into darkness gaze
Nothing to see just shrouded haze
 
No where to go, no one to turn to
The future bleak, depression accrue
 
No power to light the darkened room
No warm drink to sip and lift the gloom
 
Slip into clothes with grime and smell
Lift catch on door, walk into living hell
 
The hustle and bustle of city life
Only serves to add a little more strife
 
No one to stop and talk a while
Too busy rushing, no time to smile
 
Head bowed to floor no reason to lift
Meander streets, without direction drift
 
Where’s the life I used to know
Why is my mind now full of woe
 
Reach the river swirling dark and fast
Could this be the release I’ve found at last?
 
Cold wind blows on precipice stand
Look straight ahead, release one hand
 
Mind in turmoil, heart racing fast
Is this the end of indecision at last?  
 


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