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My Own Private Wavelength

Updated on January 8, 2013
Is it possible to survive the dangers of an unpaved pathway filled with sharp rocks?
Is it possible to survive the dangers of an unpaved pathway filled with sharp rocks?

Staring at a large map filled with endless questions

Floating in the space time continuum of responsibility

Looking to be an irresponsible Idaho couch potato

In lieu of a California Raisin in a discount business suit

Unable to decide which role is tailored to the identity

Physically severed in two separate frames of life

One leading towards the Northern region of logical thinking

And the other heading to the Southern area of relaxation

Forced to make a choice after the 45 day expiration date

Unsure of whether the choice was wise or foolish

Traveling on a road that has hardly had any foot traffic

Like the one that Robert Frost discussed in his poem

Has the appearance of a normal pathway

But there's more dirt than any man made asphalt

Even has the addition of some jagged rocks

That has caused the occasional scraped knee or two

Living on nothing but instinct and Quaker Oatmeal

Fighting tooth and nail to get to the final destination

Getting tripped up by illness and exhaustion

Hopped up on Mucinex and all Vicks related products

Can't get past the last hurdle

Searching for a health related loophole to latch onto

Close to a conclusion either naturally or via prescription

Whichever does the trick first.

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      Eiddwen 4 years ago from Wales

      So very clever and here's to so many more to follow. I vote up,across and share all around.

      Have a wonderful day.

      Eddy.