This week's prompt from Carry on Tuesday is the opening line from Eric Clapton's 1974 hit 'Let it Grow.' Here's the line: Standing at the crossroads.
Here's my attempt. I hope you won't mind another etheree...
Standing at the crossroads of a new year,
Like a Russian fairy tale warrior,
Eager to choose any pathway,
I despise the stone warnings,
“Turn right…find happiness,
Turn left…lose your horse,
Watch me now -
Live for the Love of it,
The Happy Amateur
An excellent message and I like how you have expressed it. I hate stone warnings as well ;^)ReplyDelete
Hi, rch! Thank you for your comment. Here's to a fearless new year,cheers!ReplyDelete
what a nice Nonet. it's like a path that leads right to the last word.ReplyDelete
CROSSROADS OF A THOUSAND TREES
Thank you, zongrik!ReplyDelete
four choices - that worksReplyDelete
great style HA!
Thank you, Old Ollie!Delete
great write and wise words - " live for the love of it;'ReplyDelete
Thank you, you're very kind, Isabel.Delete
Nice form and I like the message..just go for it ~ReplyDelete
Thank you, Grace :-)Delete
we are all at the crossroad every new year....making choices, which way to go...ReplyDelete
i love your style! thanks for sharing!
Thank you very much, Jeannette!Delete
I hope you turned right!ReplyDelete
Wow! So many choices in the new year. I hope you and all of us make the right ones. Right on with this poem!ReplyDelete
Cheers! Thanks, Judy!Delete