Destination

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Destination addiction relentlessly blinding

Impatient souls etch a path while winding

Hurriedly masquerading with nothing to say

No beginning nor ending to define the day

 Let’s turn the pages along the way

From back to front to slow our stay

 There’ll be an unfolding of justification

To smother the misstep to our destination

 “The highest form of ignorance is when you reject something you don’t know anything about.― Wayne Dyer
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Cheers!

-Eugenia

C25


Categories: Poetry, Quote

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6 replies

  1. A nice piece Eugenia. As we get older the journey is more important than the destination don’t you think?

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  2. The meaningless pursuits of the past compel one to try a different step. It is not necessary to tango with others.

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  3. A very nice post and its true .Good words 👌

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