Forks In The Road - Poem by Sara Stowell
There will always be forks in the road.
Decisions that have to be made.
You will always have to bear the load,
Of each debt that has to be paid.
Every fork has a destination,
With consequences to each choice.
Be wary of Earthly temptation,
For it may have the loudest voice.
Other paths will intersect your own,
Other lives will feel its effect.
The aftermath may remain unknown,
With results you may not expect.
Be careful not to be led astray,
From the righteous course you once strode.
Only through Faith can you find your way,
When you reach the forks in the road.
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