#PoeticTuesday – 71

Back for Good

Sometimes life takes unexpected turns
You think you know what to leave, what to do
Then it throws you a sign, invisible to others
And you know that your thoughts were anything but true

Much clearer than before
with experience in your pocket
You allow it to rise
in your life like a rocket

You see, there’s much more
Than you thought you could embrace
But with the U-turn you made
You widened your arms’ space

In Love and Light

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You say that well, Michael. Often we think we know the way, blind for any other exit or option until magically we return to that fork in the road with some new insights in your backpack that tells you to take the other one. But that u-turn made you see clearly. Thank you, Michael, you too. Btw. we had a beautifully sunny day today… just in case πŸ˜‰

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It is one of those that just flew out of my fingers. The energy it creates is wonderful and I am happy to hear that this flows over in the written word. Thank you, Jan πŸ’–

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You say it, there are signs around us that if we saw each and every single one, we would be overwhelmed. So, we only see those we are ready for and still, there is the decision whether we follow it or take a different path… however, all streets lead to Rome…😊

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