Atsiylah Atty Garfinkel


Wondering of the road not taken


</>Do you ever wonder about that 'road not taken'?
Where would you be if your path was the other?
If you had gone on that trip to Europe that year,
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  • Rookie - 0 Points Ben Gieske (12/28/2007 6:57:00 PM)

    Yes, I wonder too, but I think that as a person I would not have changed that much. I think that we have a lot of choices and that, no matter which one we choose, the results most likely would be about the same. I do not believe in fate. We are free but it is a limited freedom. (Report) Reply

  • Rookie Jemarie Ragudo (11/26/2007 4:43:00 AM)

    Yup! I've wondered many times about the choices I made in the past. I like this poem. It makes me evaluate my life. A 10 for you. (Report) Reply

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