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    dots Submission Name: No One Knowsdots

    Author: unclear-fantasy
    ASL Info:    18/f/in my head
    Elite Ratio:    4.98 - 52/55/19
    Words: 128
    Class/Type: Poetry/Serious
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       I wrote this a long time ago. I think it is pretty self explanatory. Tell me what you get from it.

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    dotsNo One Knowsdots

    My mind is racing,
    so many things to think,
    so many things to say,
    but which ones are right?
    No one knows.

    There're so many ways to go,
    I can't decide which route to take.
    Who knows which way I'll turn,
    And where I'll end up?
    No one knows.

    A fork in the road,
    Left or right.
    Both paths can change the ending,
    Which direction should I head?
    No one knows.

    So many hard choices
    how can I decide
    when each could be so drastic?
    Where are the final destinations?
    No one knows.

    I need to make a decision,
    But I don't know what I want out of this.
    Though, no matter which I do choose,
    I will meet my destination.
    I know.

    Submitted on 2005-02-12 22:59:30     Terms of Service / Copyright Rules
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      I am going through old poems without comments. I understand the feeling of having pieces of my soul ignored.

    I like where you are going with this. I like the repetition of "knows" in each verse.

    Those are such strong points, perhaps each should be separated as its own verse of one line.

    I think "My mind is racing" seems cliché. It kind of gets me off on the wrong foot.

    Just a suggestion but maybe something like

    so many things to think,
    so many things to say,
    but which ones are right?
    Which will win the race in my mind?

    I hope you've made some good choices since you wrote this.

    Thanks for sharing the process.
    | Posted on 2005-06-05 00:00:00 | by beatthedrum | [ Reply to This ]

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