>’The road’ we write poems #24 crossroads

>I have reached a crucial intersection
I call mine
Time has been a friend to me
It’s all I own
The sadness we perceive, can always change
Enjoying familiar faces

Seems sometimes I have nothing new to say,
it becomes camouflaged
I follow the itinerary of this road, crossroads form,
which way to turn
As the creases are left, never right, ahead lies the destruction,
have I gone too far?

We place sparrows in the sunsets and watch as they fly
While happiness and sadness run streams — paralleled
You have everything that is needed,
before you make a wrong turn,
blue jays … circle
Listen to the crows sing their song …
                                                            

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16 responses to “>’The road’ we write poems #24 crossroads

  1. >Full of feeling. Maybe the wrong turns turn out to be right ones. Or at least inevitable wrong turns.

  2. >"happiness and sadness run streams — paralleled" is life!

  3. >Pamela, there are so many thoughts in this poem, and an undercurrent of sadness."Seems sometimes I have nothing new to say,it becomes camouflaged" – on occasion I have felt that way, and then amazingly, a unique twist occurs. And it is true one only owns time, and then…for how long.

  4. >Pamela, I like this poem. The feelings come through clearly and they are the ones of the crossroad experience. I agree that we only own time, and our choices are most often aimed at how to fill that time, I like that you filled yours with birds and their colors.Elizabeth

  5. >Irene,That is exactly how life goes.I have been emotional lately.Pamela

  6. >It certainly is Derrick.Pamela

  7. >Mary, yes there is. And it is all we own.Pamela

  8. >Elizabeth, thanks and I am glad to hear you are back at home.Pamela

  9. >love that place sparrows in sunsets line!I may have to borrow that thought that the something new to say is camoflauged.

  10. >Barb, at times it does seem as if what I say is camouflaged. I am wishing you a splendid birthday and many more. And thanks.Pamela

  11. >So many thoughts and wonderful phrases…!mirror at crossroads

  12. >Gautami,Thanks for that. Pamela

  13. >This is beautiful and I love how full of birds it is. I especially love "you have everything that is needed" and "listen to the crows sing their song." Lovely, Pamela!

  14. >Thanks so much Jingle.Pamela

  15. >Sherry, I love birds, thanks for the nice comment.Pamela

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