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    dots Submission Name: The Fork in the ROADdots
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    Author: Apoetwcloudenvy
    Elite Ratio:    1.44 - 6/9/10
    Words: 178
    Class/Type: Deep Thought/Misc
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    dotsThe Fork in the ROADdots
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    When life throws rocks onto to your path, you may begin to stumble a little at first; however, with time passing an effort spent. You sometimes start to find those tiny rocks continuous accumulating and hindering your movement, from that moment; you begin wondering why in the world these rocks keep getting in my bastard way rocks! Nevertheless, it only when you found those peddles gradually begins morphing into boulders. The initial thought of quitting roams across your brain, resulting in abrupt halt at the fork when the path becoming unbearable. Where you are now standing at a fork in the road either taking the left or the right side , while the left holds the continuation of the current path filled with growing boulders and solitary with limited or no assistance, or on the other hand, the right side which ultimately results in deserting your journey towards your goal. A goal initially set out by you to concur.




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