Anne Jones

(New Jersey)

The Road I Travel


The road I travel is windy and unsafe
Filled with road blocks and things to slow me down
Constantly seeing a stop sign
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  • Hans Vr (8/6/2011 7:37:00 AM)

    Dear Anne,
    I think this poem comes from the heart. I like it. I think it does not matter so much how fast we are going or how many times we have to stop. I think most important is the direction we are going. Moving slowly in the right direction, perhaps dragging a few people who lost their way along is perhaps counting more than speed. (Report) Reply

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