sayyid mohammed moinudeen

(16/o7/1991 / Amini)

A Shortcut


I was turn around and take a diversion.
To the left for a shortcut from my life.
But it was much longer then the another.The way-
was so narrow and also too hard to travel.

Many are showing the wrong way when we lost our path.
And i passed too far before my breaks go down.
The time reminds me i am in wrong way.
i am the one who ready for a long way.

Three ways are there for my choice.
The one which every body travels. And the-
And the another which i have to discover.
And the alternate option is which i choose. a shortcut.

Submitted: Friday, October 25, 2013
Edited: Saturday, October 26, 2013

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