Write On Over That Hump

The sky is on fire and the trees have become white ghosts amongst the frosty fog this morning. A beam of pink and orange shoot straight up from the mountains. Another day is being pulled from the cold dark mounds of a moonless night and I ache for something more than the day to day monotony of work, eat, sleep, repeat.

I look to the sky to find my path instead of to my feet on the path I’m on.

If I keep my head up, I might be able to live the life I’m destined for.

I can feel the ground below turning to uneven, rock and earth, and I stumble and fall over holes and roots, but I always manage to get back up and carry on.

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Robert Frost said, “Two roads diverged in a yellow wood, and I, I took the one less traveled by. ” This path can be full of potholes and roots, but you can always get up, brush yourself off and keep moving forward.

“…And I, I took the one less traveled by, and that has made all the difference.”

I may not have anyone following my posts on here, but I keep going. I keep taking my own path full of missteps and pitfalls, but I let my fingers keep tapping away on the keyboard, and I keep finding inspiration in the sky above and the souls about.

I will continue to write on.

Published by Emily Gibson

The need to create is what motivates me, and the need to know more keeps me learning. With my research and persuasive writing skills, I can help your business expand and your sales increase. Take a look at my writing samples on my page and I can show you what I can do for you.

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