So Little Done…

Oh, so little done
So much to do
Life at crossroads
The paths so new

One wrong step
Dangerous luck
What if no return?
As it is I’m stuck

Yet life a risk
Not much a race
These wrong turns
I must embrace

For only stumbles
Will make a stride
Face the danger
Courage is inside

Mind still strong
Heart compromise
Optimism arrive
Negativity demise


For Sunday Scribblings – Week 229 – Dangerous
For Carry On Tuesday – Week 067 – Cecil John words

Poetry & writing to me are to me, a breath of fresh air in a life that is sometimes covered by the smoke of sorrow or self doubt. They also become the sweets I share to celebrate when life offers me a reason to. But most of all, they are to me, my life. For each word I write is a piece of my heart, a thought that just had to find its way into the world.

20 thoughts on “So Little Done…

  1. Nice work … 🙂 Lots of time in life when were at a crossroads … not to chose is to chose. Must do something …

    Here because of our dear Jingle to wish a belated happy birthday to you… and I do.

  2. Your last two lines were so positive. Sadly I do have moments when “negativity arrives, optimism dies.”

    I must learn to embrace those ‘wrong turns’ more!

    Great piece.

    • hi Old Egg, yeah, even I do have such moments.. but its important for me to change the moments to the ones I want, rather than that I have 🙂

      so I embrace the turns, and change my path.. yet not losing sight of my destination! 😀

      glad u liked the piece..!

  3. Loved that last verse!
    Very inspiring and positive!!! Hang on to the ropes of hope and positivism, and all will be fine…

    Good one, Leo..

  4. “Simple solutions
    Scattered at the crossroads of life
    Sole choice; make it wise”

    That’s all I can say… 🙂
    Road blocks will forever appear…
    Just have to move on and on…

  5. Very true that there is so much to do in life; dangers lurk at every corner and many stumbling blocks appear…
    All these are experiences which make up the long walk to the destination.
    Well said in the poem…

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