Poem 4

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This poem I wrote in response to this quote:

“If you don't know where you are going, any road will get you there.” Lewis Carroll

It was, once again, for school.

Any road to wander,
is the best to choose,
if there is no end in sight.

You can’t go wrong.
There isn’t a correct way.
The road continues on,
with or without you.

Stop anywhere along the way,
and it could be the end set in stone.
The end of a journey.

Choose a road,
to a place unknown,
and travel along its length.
Take breaks,
enjoy the scenery,
as it flashes by.

A winding road, or a straight one,
either will take you
where you are going.
If you don’t know your destination,
then how can this spot
not be the place?
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