As Far As I Could Go
I walked as far as I could go,
Knowing that one road lead to another,
It required more and more thinking,
About which direction to take.
I took the path of no return.
Tired of the path I was on.
Seeming that the further I walked,
On that unwalkable walk.
Yet the confusion was worth the tiredness,
As I realized that each road,
Lead to two more,
Which then lead to four.
I loved my new walk in the woods.
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