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The Road To Nowhere Leading To The Door To Nowhere

Updated on November 11, 2011

The door to nowhere is very hard to find and seldom used. A lot of people say they are from nowhere, but if you question them more closely, you will find out that they are actually from somewhere. Nowhere consist of nothing at all and is very hard to recognize. No one really knows just how big nowhere is.

 The door to nowhere is also very deceiving and could look like a door to somewhere. This alone makes for a long and sometimes useless search. If you are already nowhere then all doors lead to somewhere which confuses things that much more. Being nowhere might even keep you from finding somewhere, so if you do find the right door, will you have the courage to enter?

 The Beatles sung about the nowhere man therefore giving him life and making him somewhere. Very little is known about nowhere and we need to learn more before we actually go there. This will be different than going to the moon for we knew where it was and kinda how to get there. If you still want to find this door, you need to start on the road to nowhere.

This place is also well known and unknown both. Before you begin looking for this road you need to find out a few things about it. Is there a speed limit on the road to nowhere? You do not want to sit here on the road getting a traffic citation while others drive by pointing at you. Are there nowhere police hiding behind nothing just waiting to catch you doing something? Doing something in nowhere might be a serious offense. While you are here, make sure you visit the middle of nowhere, also well known and undiscovered. So when you get ready to go nowhere, make sure you have a ride back

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    • kennynext profile imageAUTHOR

      kennynext 

      7 years ago from Everywhere

      Thank you very much Kim. I always want people to think about things maybe not being the way they are. The things we are taught and our perception can be totaly different.

    • Kim Bunch profile image

      Kim Bunch 

      7 years ago from Wenatchee, Washington State, USA

      Hmmm. That was a good answer. A curious answer. Does that mean we will have been prepared to enter the door ahead of time? Maybe by our media, TV programs and other life situations?

      I like how you put it: "The door to nowhere is also very deceiving and could look like a door to somewhere."

      I take it that could go both ways.

      We all are experiencing inner realities but on the outside of us we are in a group consciousness.

      ***I really enjoy your style of writing kennynext.

    • Kimberly Bunch profile image

      Kimberly Bunch 

      7 years ago from EAST WENATCHEE

      Hmmm. That was a good answer. A curious answer. Does that mean we will have been prepared to enter the door ahead of time? Maybe by our media, TV programs and other life situations?

      I like how you put it: "The door to nowhere is also very deceiving and could look like a door to somewhere."

      I take it that could go both ways.

      We all are experiencing inner realities but on the outside of us we are in a group consciousness.

      ***I really enjoy your style of writing kennynext.

    • kennynext profile imageAUTHOR

      kennynext 

      7 years ago from Everywhere

      Once we enter the unknown it could well be something we already know. Thanks so much for stopping by and commenting.

    • Kim Bunch profile image

      Kim Bunch 

      7 years ago from Wenatchee, Washington State, USA

      The road to the unknown is getting closer. When the door is opened and we must enter through that door, will we still fear the unknown?

    • kennynext profile imageAUTHOR

      kennynext 

      7 years ago from Everywhere

      Thank you Hattie. I hope you check out some of my poetry, which also comes from nowhere.

    • HattieMattieMae profile image

      HattieMattieMae 

      7 years ago from Limburg, Netherlands

      I liked it very much, and love it when someone writes this way, because often we say something, and don't really think about why we say it, or what it means to say it!

    • kennynext profile imageAUTHOR

      kennynext 

      7 years ago from Everywhere

      Thanh you for stopping by Bumpsysmum. This is a little different from what I usually write but I want to keep learning new things. Have a great week end.

    • Bumpsysmum profile image

      Bumpsysmum 

      7 years ago from Cambridgeshire

      This is so like the old tale:

      There were once four brothers: Everyone, Someone, Anyone and Noone. They had a very important task to do. Everyone was sure that Someone will do it. Anyone could have done it, but Noone did it in the end. Someone was angry because it'd should have been Everyone's job. Everyone thought that Anyone could have done it, but Noone realized that Someone will do it in the end. In the end, Everyone was angry at Someone because Noone did what Anyone could've done.

      Loved this new take on an old theme :-)

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