Leonard Rebello


Lost


All paths lead to nowhere
All paths lead me somewhere
Beaten paths take me where my mind wants to go
Unbeaten paths take me where my heart wants to explore
All paths lead to nowhere
All paths lead me somewhere
Some paths I fear to tread
Some paths I am eager to explore
Some paths beckon me with their unknown
Some paths reassure me with their familiar
All paths lead to nowhere
All paths lead me somewhere
Some paths take me to my dreams
Some paths take me to my love
Some paths give me solitude
Some paths offer me company
But I am a reluctant traveler
For my heart lies in the sanctuary of the soul
All paths lead to nowhere
All paths lead me somewhere

Submitted: Monday, July 28, 2008
Edited: Monday, July 28, 2008
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