Thursday Prompt #24 Crossroads
C r o s s r o a d s
Crossroads, and intersections, have long been a symbol for the journey and the need to make choices and decisions about where we will go from here. This week’s prompt is about just such crossroads. How did you get here, from there? Where would you be if you’d turned left, instead of right? Are you an individual who simply puts your head down and keeps moving forward? Are choices hard to make? Was there ever a point in your life when you realized that you may have made the wrong decision? Are you currently standing at a crossroads? What would happen if you stay? If you go? Mythology is rich with this symbol and could offer different types of inspiration. Hecate is the Greek Goddess of Crossroads. Don McLean wrote and sings a song titled Crossroads that you might want to see (youtube video).
Whatever your thoughts and feelings about the Crossroads in your own life, or the lives around you, form a poem on that subject matter and bring it back here to post next Wednesday.
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