"We don't stop playing because we grow old; we grow old because we stop playing." ~George Bernard Shaw

"Look at everything as though you were seeing it either for the first or last time." ~Betty Smith, A Tree Grows in Brooklyn

Sunday, January 09, 2011

Journey and the Road Ahead

Our Journey Together
Do we take the road less travelled
The fork in the road that's only graveled
Or do we take the super highways
Ignoring those intriguing secret byways
We'll take the wiggly road that's off the map
Rather than drive through life just taking a nap.

Please do drop by my 2011 Photo Project blog:


kkrige said...

The wiggly road is the better one to be sure. Way more interesting.

Jingle said...

lovely wonders.
I wondered the same,
you speak to me and for me..


Anonymous said...

Yeh...let's go off the map!

Anonymous said...

You have said it so very well...I loved it. Thanks for sharing my friend oxo

Anonymous said...

It's so nice to have a choice. I really enjoyed this lighthearted poem. Thanks.

Anonymous said...

love this piece kate! here’s my new year potluck- http://fiveloaf.wordpress.com/2010/03/15/life/

Stafford Ray said...

Backroads for me too kathe, and I liked your 'twister' but did wonder if the other picture should be left where the kiddies might find it!

Nanka said...

Very interesting and a great choice than taking the beaten track. Loved the enjoyable poem.

thingy said...

Oh yeah, a wiggly road is where I'd go. : )

Anonymous said...

Bring me back.. I'm still off the map..

signed...bkm said...

Taking the wiggly road....the best roads of all....love it...bkm

Madeleine said...

Awh I really liked this quirky poem. Great images. I posted mine up today :O)

Jingle Poetry said...

Thanks for the lovely participation, Happy Tuesday!

Potluck Week 17 Treat/Awards 4 You, Enjoy!

Olivia said...

Beautiful potluck entry.. Lovely submission..
A very nice read indeed.. Thank you for sharing this.. :)

I invite you to join our 18th potluck beginning this Sunday, Hope to see you at Http://www.jinglepoetry.blogspot.com/
Week 18 Theme: Languages, Signs and Symbol. Poets , especially First Time Participants are also welcome to share old poems or poems unrelated to our theme..
Let me know if you have questions…hope to see you in… Your participation delights us, keep writing, and keep sharpening your talent … xoxox