Tina Chan

At A Cross Roads Poem by Tina Chan

At A Cross Roads
In this day, at this moment
Then what?
Pondering with doubt, fear, hopeless, anguish and worthiness
Robert Frost’s “The Road Not Taken” portrays it well
Un-desirable by this company
Unwanted by another
Difficult time in my life – yes
Impossible to overcome – perhaps

I am at a Cross Roads
Sway to the left?
Or sway to the right of this road
Which road is better, I contemplate
All endure consequences
What will tomorrow become for me?
Next year?
With strength I pick up the pieces to attain solace
My life is a work in progress

At a Cross Roads… then what?

Submitted: Friday, August 17, 2012
Edited: Tuesday, October 1, 2013
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