I See A Path Ahead
Every day is a new journey
Meeting the unknown is no longer scary
Moving on us the safest policy.
Truly vibrant I have become
Encompassing every eminent in me
Fathoming every challenge, whatever it be.
True to my own conscience
I roll down the terrain of stone or thistle
Tearing my path as I could carve.
Abandoning on midway is not my way
However pausing to build subway
Is always an alternative in my play.
The flowing river blue
Never bend knee so far
Clothed in her attire unique.
Standing in pillars of flexibility within
I heed to conquer nation yet unseen.
Wednesday, May 20, 2020
Topic(s) of this poem: hope,moving on,river
POET'S NOTES ABOUT THE POEM
I wanted to write on persistent nature of water that always finds a way be it there or not.
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