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Marion Wornum


The Unpredictable Paradox


The speed that life travels
Creates life changing effect
The smallest thing becomes the biggest
Friendship begin to get bigger
The emotional ride
At the fastest speed ever
One plus one is two
But what happens
When two trees grow
In front of you
Two roads form
So which road do you travel
On one road
You have beautiful red roses
That blossoms so beautiful
The other road
You have beautiful gold roses
That can possibly Change the very existence of emotions
Roads cross
Emotions change
Power shifts
Everything is lost in space
And scrambled like eggs
It's made well done and rare
In the mix of power
Future is a crazy mixture
Of past and present events
Of good and bad events
From storms
To rainbows
Power shifts
Emotions shift

A creation of a black hole
That sucks in every single emotion
That you have for one
And they are gone for good
But they lies deep in the mind and heart
So I travel to space with a lost GPS
In a world where power shifts
Creates a new world
With hope being lost
And power being gained
And hope adding up
And power being drained
Fire blazing
In the freezing cold
With a well ran organization
Organization or a powerful emotional change
The greatest effect is at hand
The greatest time is at hand
The life changing momentum
That will cause the smallest greatest effect
In sight of the future
As I watch time fly by
As I watch life being lost in space
I have to go back to the two roads
The two trees
The two flowers
That stand in front of me
The roads are the same different route
With an outcome that is unknown

Trapped lost in space
A fallen world that stands strong
We work together, fight each other
A power shift, an emotional shift
A new creation being birthed and lost
As I watched time fly by
As I watched life being lost in space
As I stood and watch my life change
And power and hope and emotions being shifted
Being listed
Being gained
Being built
Being broken down
At the ease of a time
Where everything made since
Where everything was right
Where everything was true
Where everything was in the right moment
Changes for an unthought-of moment
Something small but great
Something that was unimaginable
Unthinkable emotional shift
Unthinkable powerful shift
So now I stand at this crossroad
Each road is unpredictable
And each road is a power hopeless powerless hopeful
Creation that end up on me to create its future or destiny

So now I make my choice
And take my stand
Because
The greatest effect is at hand
The greatest time is at hand
The life changing momentum
That will cause the smallest greatest effect
In sight of the future
So now
I have to go back to the two roads
The two trees
The two flowers
That stand in front of me
The roads are the same different route
With an outcome that is unknown

Submitted: Sunday, January 06, 2013

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Poet's Notes about The Poem

This chapter 3 of a so-called short poetic story. The true story behind this poem is when you have two people in front of you which way do you go. Each road is crazy. Each road is unpredictable. Everything contradicts it self but somehow it shows a truth.
I was walking round the city when i got the idea for this poem. This poem was inspired by two individuals.

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