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Previous Challenge Entry (Level 1 – Beginner)
Topic: Extra (08/29/13)

TITLE: Along the Road
By Joseph Peters
08/31/13


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Along the road:
Along the road we neither see nor do,
The one thing we were meant to pursue.
We walk as if we own the road,
The road in which God has bestowed.

We do not realize God is here.
To set us straight and to rehear,
The very things we promised not to do.
These things we all want to undue.

He tries to help us when we fall,
But some of us donít want to walk at all.
All though the journey might be scary,
And the road is thin and extra dreary.

And the other roads have plenty.
And our road is small and empty,
And we know the other paths look nicer,
But we know are paths the better.

So we will see who crosses first,
When the other paths will be reversed.
And when they are force to turn around,
We will sit and enjoy the perfect town.


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Amelia Brown 09/05/13
Nice poem...but I didn't see the topic coming alive in the piece.
CD Swanson 09/05/13
Sweet devotional poem. I really liked it. Thanks.

God bless~
Shann Hall-LochmannVanBennekom 09/08/13
This piece is full of passion. I did see a tiny bit of the topic. The road not chosen is full of extra delights. Though our road may be scarce right now, at the end we will receive more extras than we can imagine.