Jacqueline Graves

(Washington, DC)

The Crossroads To Life - Poem by Jacqueline Graves

Many of us at one time in our lives
Have traveled many rough and bumpy roads
And feel weary about the roads ahead
But have survived,
Some roads we have traveled have supplied
Us with warning signs.
Some signs tell us that our lives
Should be taken with caution
And unless we stop and yield to
The right direction
Our lives may come to a dead end.
We may have been led through the
Tunnel of darkness not knowing
Where the darkness ends, but as we
Continue to travel on to complete
A great milestone, we realize
That where the darkness ends
The sunshine begins.


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003



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