What's At The End?


What could be waiting?
What's just down the road?
Is it up for debating?
Is there some kind of code?

A trail that is longer?
A trail that is meek?
Could it get stronger?
Could it meet the creek?

The could and the would,
Each just inches away.
Now comes the should,
And it tries to sway.

Twists in the path.
Circled for a loop.
Some new kind of math.
Some new kind of subgroup.

Thinking with thoughts.
Not thinking at all.
Stuck in certain spots.
Staring at the wall.

A wall of making.
A wall of none.
There could be faking.
There could be fun.

Just want the end.
Want to be in the know.
No time to spend.
Let's just skip go.

Jump to the end.
Jump and find out.
No need to amend.
No need for about.

About should be know.
About needs to be right.
The river will flow.
The day will be night.

Be there in spirit.
No need to attend.
Don't want to hear it.
Now show me the end.

Pat shot that out in the deep, dark woods the other day and this is what popped in when I loaded it at my bay. What was at the end? Do you skip over the middle trend? Do you just want to know? Did we confuse with this flow? It just wanted to be said. So it popped out of our head. Or would that be my with this pass? Bah, that's the closest I'll get to the woods with my little rhyming ass.

Experience spring, have a fling.

Comments

  1. I'd enjoy the stroll.
    Here I would also be watching for snakes.

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    1. Only ever seen one snake during my time with this

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  2. The fun is in the journey, although that path looks rather sinister to me.

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    1. Down there could be bad, plenty of deer poop to be had

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  3. I'm pretty sure I wouldn't walk that path at night!

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  4. Enjoy the journey as much as the destination!
    No spoiler alerts for me.

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    1. No spoiled at your sea? Isn't that rude haha

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  5. Love the adventure
    Beginning to end
    Must take my camera
    To capture many a wildlife friend

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    1. And many you get indeed there at your feed.

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  6. I love the woods in that picture. I could see myself taking a small walk there.

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    1. And you have no cell phone so it wouldn't matter that you can't get cell reception there haha

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  7. No greenery yet in your neck of the woods. Already mowing and trimming and weeding going on here. And of course, pulling a tick off my granddaughter's ear. Nasty things!

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    1. I just pulled one of those **** off me today. Getting greener in most spots now.

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  8. You know how to tease
    An ending would please
    But I don't need to know
    On the journey I go.

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  9. What's at the end? One tired tractor making those tracks.

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    1. And it's broken down
      Off to junk yard town

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  10. That is the fun of a long road or trail, is finding out what is at the end. That would be a great adventure. Pat, have a great rest of the week.

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  11. I'd take the trail all the way to the end. I like to explore and see where I end up.

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    1. Nowhere really fun, unless you like deer poop and old run down shacks

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  12. I’d love to be on this path
    Walking with my dog, who needs a bath.
    Let’s explore and roam in the woods
    What a way to find all the goods

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  13. Gorgeous path, Pat. It doesn't matter what is at the end. The journey is pretty spectacular!

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  14. I'm staying off that path, it looks a little scary!

    betty

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    1. Probably wise to do as very little civilization in view.

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  15. Lovely pic. and poem. I'm guessing a Starbucks at the end of the trail. Ha!

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  16. orlin N cassie; nice snap shot dad getted; we like it....burd free treez two !! ;) ♥♥

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    1. Burds were about though could hear them crow

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  17. Get on down, get on down the road!

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  18. So, you're not a woodsy kinda guy?

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    1. Been in the woods enough in the last 18 months to last me 5 lifetimes. So hell no.

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  19. Kind of spooky looking. Most anything could be waiting at the end of that road. Don't think I'll take a chance.

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  20. I like this too. A new style of writing for you. Lots of pondering & depth!

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