even at the start

there were opinions and views

what life should we choose

dare not tread on the unknown

questions linger beyond what

to perceive and/or believe

Reena’s Xploration Challenge #265

It is a line prompt this week. Let’s see where it takes you.

You live in a world where no Gods exist.

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52 thoughts on “‽ versus ‽

  1. We think we are, given, the options to choose which path we take in life, but, this is not actually, so, the only choice we get, is how we choose to, face up to whatever fate throws at us, which in turn, led us to believe, has, an affect on the outcomes of our, lives…

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  2. I actualy read an article about that symbol. If it isn’t on my key pad I’m not using it. I’m still a ‘real book’ lover and an glad to have the choice to not have everything computerized. I don’t live off my cell phone or Ipad (I have one but because it didn’t really come with instructions I seldom use it, same with the ereader I was gifted).

    Isn’t there a joke about putting two people in a room and having three opinions… Opinions are OK, some, perhaps most, should even be respected. Lovely verse. I draw the line though about having stuff shoved down my throat as indisputable fact. 🙂

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    1. I don’t have the symbol on my keyboard either. I copied it and keep it in a word doc because I like it. I use a normal HP laptop with a wide screen for blogging.

      Thank you and glad you enjoyed my verse. I agree opinions should be respected or at least listened to. I’m with you on having stuff shoved down my throat as indisputable fact. 🙂

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  3. Thank you for sharing! I know I struggled with this a few years ago. My dad wanted me to be a doctor of some sort, and I felt like I didn’t have a choice. After four years in the wrong major in college, I switched my major to something that I enjoyed and wanted to do: English Literature (with a business minor). My dad was upset at first, but then he realized how much happier I was

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