Parallel Paths - Poem by Zen Bojczuk
Travelers on parallel paths.
We stopped and talked
…Compared life’s maps
Found consolation in the
validation of knowing
we are not alone.
We traveled over common ground,
carrying both burdens and hopes.
Let me help you with your load.
Thanks for sharing your water.
Wondering where paths will lead,
as we marvel at this unexpected flower.
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