Walls

Walls

A Poem by T

She wonders which path to choose, sitting in a room with too many doors and no windows

Decisions usually come easy, it’s the aftermath that is always the surprise.

Walking alone is much easier…she doesn’t want to step on anything, anyone, that might hurt.

To not decide is also to decide, and she knows she can stay in this place

hidden from the beasts in the night……and the sunlight.

But sitting too long is making her uneasy and she knows that a choice must be made,

so she tares down the walls.





verb (used with object), tore or (Archaic) taretorn or (Archaic) taretear. ing. to pull apart or in pieces by force, especially so as to leave ragged or irregular edges. to pull or snatch violently; wrench away with force:

 

 

© 2018 T


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The outcome never really relies on which door you open, but how you open it. There have been plenty of times where I have turned a non-hostile situation into a violent one simply because I ran in screaming like a banshee. Bit with enough finesse, you can disarm a room full of bombs by opening up the door very slowly. That is sometimes true but then there are sometimes those times where it doesn’t even matter what you do.

Posted 6 Years Ago


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I guess sometimes you just have to breakdown the walls in order to see what's behind the doors.. or. Blindly make a choice and be surprised. Either way it's still your choice, just as is was that got you in that room.
Missed reading you.

Posted 6 Years Ago


T

6 Years Ago

Thanks for the review B, glad to be back...:}
Stop, think, decide, react in a peaceful way, as violence solves nothing, just gets you punched!

Posted 6 Years Ago


T

6 Years Ago

Thanks Dee for the review! In this poem, the act is more of moving self inflicted walls. Where no .. read more
Onlyme

6 Years Ago

I understand.😊
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Gee
Love the " to not decide is also to decide "
I've always been a " bull in a China shop" type and then face up to the consequences once the dust has settled.
Enjoyed reading you T


Posted 6 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

The outcome never really relies on which door you open, but how you open it. There have been plenty of times where I have turned a non-hostile situation into a violent one simply because I ran in screaming like a banshee. Bit with enough finesse, you can disarm a room full of bombs by opening up the door very slowly. That is sometimes true but then there are sometimes those times where it doesn’t even matter what you do.

Posted 6 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.


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