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Madhuri Sawant

Rookie (30-September-1991 / Mumbai)

Diverging roads


A road divides into two paths,
One goes to hell, one goes to heaven,
To those who believe hell or heaven doesn’t exist,
Both roads are one and the same.

Regardless of whatever belief,
A road diverges to two paths,
Some to good deeds and some to bad deeds,
Both roads are one and the same.

Regardless of what to do,
A road diverges to two paths,
Some to envy and some to pride,
Both roads are one and the same.

Regardless of what feels,
A road diverges to two paths,
Some to win or some to lose
Both roads are one and the same.

In a world of destiny and fate,
The roads lead to separate branches.
The ultimate destination is the road followed.
But which path to chose lies within each soul.

Submitted: Sunday, July 14, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, July 16, 2013
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