Two roads in a yellow wood
But only one pair of legs.
Each decision a yes
But in the same breath, no.
A wishbone snaps.
One side victory, the other, splintered.
Each side broken, in different ways.
When we choose
do we hold the duality in our minds?
In each destiny there dwells a shadow side,
A legacy not engaged.
This is the balance of life, the yin and the yang.
And that is how it should be,
For we are made of flesh and not of feathers.
How do we lay ourselves before the throne of God,
Our lives, our collection of yesses and nos.
What story do these declinations tell?
Is it one of faith?
Or of fear?
How do I listen Lord, standing in a yellow wood?
Which path is mine to take?