Alexis McCall

Rookie (12/25/94 / Montgomery, AL)

I'm Just Wondering Poem by Alexis McCall


I'm just wondering
Wondering where I'm going
Wondering where I am
Wondering what kind of person
I will be someday

I'm just wondering
Wondering about life
Wondering what my purpose is
My purpose in life
Wondering if I'll ever get it right

I'm just wondering what would happen
If I make the wrong choice
I wonder if anyone else can hear this voice

This voice in my head
That keeps wondering what's ahead
Will this voice ever stop
Will it ever stop wondering
And stop the doubt
The doubt I keep wondering about

Submitted: Thursday, May 28, 2009

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  • Rookie - 40 Points Linda Ori (5/28/2009 5:46:00 PM)

    It's the wondering that keeps us moving forward in life. If we had the answers, then what would be the purpose of our lives? We set goals, and upon reaching them, move onto new goals. That's how the game works! Frustrating, but never boring! A nicely written piece that asks the universal questions we all ask. Well done!

    Linda :) (Report) Reply

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