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The Man at the Crossroad

Tuesday, November 22, 2016 , , 10 Comments

Picture source: Insurance Journal


He stood there
feeling idioticharebrained for long
in his lackadaisical frame
and care-worn form.

Many passed by
like the desert storm.
two roads divulged into bewilderedness
both of them untraveled, unknown

Indecisive of the right path
he felt, a man's sexuality is such a burden!

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This 10 sentences quick poem is written for-
Imaginary Garden with Real Toads : Ten lines Micro Poetry
Three Word Wednesday: Idiotic, Harebrained and Lackadaisical
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You can also read another take on Crossroad, a story from my archives at- Crossroads



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10 comments:

  1. Or the judgement others place on who he should be becomes too much to carry

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  2. Many passed by
    like the desert storm.
    two roads divulged into bewilderedness
    both of them untraveled, unknown

    Love the power and fiery resolution in your verse!!

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    1. Awww..you made my day Sanaa. Thank you :)

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  3. Your choice of words are terrific as is your poem

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    1. I am so glad :) Thank you for such a lovely compliment!

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  4. Society should break-free. Live and let live, so many out there don't have to stand on crossroads.

    Loved the poem!

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  5. I like the play on 'bewilderedness' - very fitting in context.

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  6. This is amazing! You into poetry...never imagined.

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