Linda Barnes


Roads We Travel - Poem by Linda Barnes

As we reflect
On roads we traveled
Would we have driven
The path before after

Many hills and valleys
Twists and turns
Through all the backwoods
To dead ends and bends

Dirt roads and paved
Concrete and patched
To exits and entrances
That was in our path

Between mountains
And farm lands
A city street with fountains
To beautiful cliffs, by the ocean

Would we still travel
All the roads sought after
In order to arrive
At the beginning of hereafter

I say to you
The roads well traveled
Are just life's path
So we arrive together

Topic(s) of this poem: life

Form: Abecedarian


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Poem Submitted: Friday, March 6, 2015



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