Alexander S. McGuire

Rookie (4/19/1991 / Springfield MO)

Chosen Eternal Regrets - Poem by Alexander S. McGuire

Walking slowly on a twisting path
A man looking at a half empty glass
You would not see him if you passed
A ghost of life’s eternity
Yet still a living entity
Your pity no he does not want
Explaining why you see him not

Still he travels that same trail
For reasons explanations fail
Suddenly he comes to a halt
A choice before him O no not thoughts
For the path now it seems to split
Confused he simply stops and sits
Decisions no he could never make
Scared of causing any mistakes
I wonder if you asked him now
What he regrets most. Somehow
I think he’d say to you or me
“I’ve made no mistakes as you can see
But have never lived nor laughed nor cried
I shall always speculate till the end of time
If no mistakes mistakenly
Created a regretful eternity”

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  • (4/28/2010 5:52:00 AM)


    Well express
    good write
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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, April 27, 2010



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