Decision Poems

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The Choicest Decision
by Hudhaifah siyad

Choices fall on chances,
Scratched hard on inner voices.
The, that proposes sacred lotuses,
In contentment, poised as rejoices,
Profoundly, altered the straits of moises,
And lavished, with own choicest decisions.

Of no imperialistic befitting,
The Mannered in contemptuous setting,
Mystifying, the paddles of uplifted sailing,

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The Road I chose
by Seebani Mahapatra

Exclusive choices but to choose one,
and a confused little mind to help me out
Inexperienced of the sage conviction,
I chose that made me stout.

With thorns to beguile my fate,
afraid to walk down the road alone
cowering in the closet of distrusts
dubious of the road I chose.


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Inevitable (unraveling)
by eden cote

He began to grieve something he hadn’t lost

Yet

The melancholy in his eyes was haunting,

They said so much that he didn’t need to speak for her to see it coming




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The Decision Deity Debate
by Ololade Raji

The best of my decisions were truly never mine…
Then you might debate, why not let the Deity of best decisions always decide?
That sounds great, but where then have you left this deftly stalwart brain of mine?
That feels it is, indeed its innate decision to always decide…

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The Choicest Decision
by Hudhaifah siyad

Choices fall on chances,
Scratched hard on inner voices.
The, that proposes sacred lotuses,
In contentment, poised as rejoices,
Profoundly, altered the straits of moises,
And lavished, with own choicest decisions.

Of no imperialistic befitting,
The Mannered in contemptuous setting,
Mystifying, the paddles of uplifted sailing,

......

Continue reading
Inevitable (unraveling)
by eden cote

He began to grieve something he hadn’t lost

Yet

The melancholy in his eyes was haunting,

They said so much that he didn’t need to speak for her to see it coming




......

Continue reading
The Decision Deity Debate
by Ololade Raji

The best of my decisions were truly never mine…
Then you might debate, why not let the Deity of best decisions always decide?
That sounds great, but where then have you left this deftly stalwart brain of mine?
That feels it is, indeed its innate decision to always decide…

Continue reading
The Road I chose
by Seebani Mahapatra

Exclusive choices but to choose one,
and a confused little mind to help me out
Inexperienced of the sage conviction,
I chose that made me stout.

With thorns to beguile my fate,
afraid to walk down the road alone
cowering in the closet of distrusts
dubious of the road I chose.


......

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