Clinton Siegle

The Long Road - Poem by Clinton Siegle

The long road ahead of us all.
He demands to be traveled in this life.
Eternity For those with spirit and light a belief for a great afterlife.
Long is the road onward in life

open country to the right crowded cities to the left
never checking on the future trip precisely or left
grooving towards the extended road ahead of us turning towards the left-hand
road for those with hate and fear some virgins might appear.

Of reborn, there are quite a few. Saying be good to all for the next time that could be you.
A road ahead a right and wrong.
Destroy or build up all. If organization does tell the right should win after all.
Ahead is the decision build the road or destroy the U.S.

The lengthy road before us is filled with life laughter and a future.
The extended road in front of us is there for us.

Nonclassical sonnet with an acrostic statement long road left side spelled.

Topic(s) of this poem: road

Form: Sonnet

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, December 25, 2018

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