Decisions, Decisions - Poem by Linda Ori
Just when you think you've figured it out
The universe throws you a curve,
Yesterday your world was all in its place
Today it's all up in the air!
You thought you knew where you were headed,
The map had been carefully drawn,
But somehow that road doesn't look very clear
And a detour now stands in your way;
With one destination it's easy to see
How to get from point A to point B,
But with two destinations the rules don't apply
Better rethink the roads that you take;
I guess the real question comes down to the crux
Of the matter you need to address -
Which road leads the way to goals you have set
And which road leads to destiny's plan?
Oh, can't life be easy for one blessed day -
Must it always demand that we choose?
Just when you think you can have it your way.............
They shuffle the deck, and you lose!
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