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The Path

Date Written: September 15, 2017

The Path©


Many afore me hath taken this path
What path thou dost ask

Be it a trail of litany or blessed asunder

Thou shalt not know till the end


Amidst the daily trials and tribulations

The path maybe misty or unclear

Yet it is there

When thou allow your feet to feel its way


Erstwhile as we live our day lives

We are oblivious to thyme path

The path traversed by the many

The fools as well as the Einstein’s of the World


We all at some point are in denial of

Where the path will lead us
Not wanting to know what awaits us at its end

Yet there is absolute certainty that it is there


Whilst we plod along

It besieges us to take many routes

Detours that may prolong the journey
But in the end so does the path


Andreas Simic©


4 comments on “The Path”

  1. Subhashchandra B Adhav     September 15, 2017

    Yes! Path is there that leads us to our destination despite hindrances and obstacles !!
    A well worded poem with a great ending !1
    The fools as well as Einsteins of the world–A derisive double-edged line –Ridiculous truth—A brilliant line–
    Path though itself passive makes other active !!
    A genuine thought nicely expressed !!
    Fantastic poem—-Nice share !!1

    1. Andreas Simic     September 21, 2017

      Subhashchandra, you have such a great way with words that I really enjoy.
      Your insights are fascinating and I appreciate your sharing those.

  2. sunburned     September 18, 2017

    Good flow, posiitve thoughts

    1. Andreas Simic     September 21, 2017

      When I was young I was a pessimist. My brother was an optimist.
      I liked his positive outlook far better than my dower one and chose
      to change this aspect of myself. Way more fun. Thanks for the

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