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Clinging Vines- a poem

Updated on November 27, 2012
Looking to find which path to go.
Looking to find which path to go. | Source

Making a Relationship Work

Relationships are opportunities for learning. To be able to recognize the differences can improve or may even alter a relationship. Learning to live with someone you don't know anything about can lead to a breakup if the two in a relationship do not know how to communicate.

A couple who have a devotion to one another have the opportunity to make a relationship work. To make a relationship work is a daily process. Communication, and finding a common goal is a good start to make it work. If separation improves a relationship, then it is a beautiful experience for both to understand and agree with each other.

Loneliness is

Like two paths

Joined together as one

Having to follow one,

Yet wanting to go

Another way, too.

The second path is now

Obscured by

The shadow of the vines.

As I turn,

I see the other path

Is wide open,

Filled with signs

Pointing toward

A new destiny.

If I could make a

Light with my Heart,

It could vanish

All the darkness

Which blocked the path

To my happiness

Partially taken away

Hidden behind

The clinging vines In my way.

My curiosity

Makes me wonder

How these vines do grow.

Have they been nourished

By another


From another heart?

That Light

Must be potent

With Strength and Love.

To make these vines

Grow so profoundly,

Be fruitful and winding

To live,

Let them form

Another path

Leading to a place

So beautiful

And everlasting


copyright@2011 CMCastro

Two paths down the road may lead back to each other.


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    • unknown spy profile image

      IAmForbidden 5 years ago from Neverland - where children never grow up.

      Yes, I agree, the poem is wonderful. i love the way you start the poem.

    • Gypsy Rose Lee profile image

      Gypsy Rose Lee 5 years ago from Riga, Latvia

      Voted up and awesome. Just wonderful.

    • Pamela99 profile image

      Pamela Oglesby 6 years ago from United States

      This is a very lovely poem. Choose the path to happiness. Rated up.