About the Poem
This is a poem that will hopefully make people think about the road they take in life.
Life's Winding Roads
|by Donnie Winslow
Sometimes we take the long way
To places we need to go,
We find that it's a winding road,
So round and round we go.
We think we find a shortcut;
It takes longer than it should.
Some turns that we make in our lives
Aren't really all that good.
>From here on out I'll take the straight away,
No matter the time in which it takes;
And hope that God will guide me,
And that I make no more mistakes.
Think about the road you take,
It may take you out of your way,
Do not take the roads I took,
In the end, you may have to pay.
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