Life Choices

Careening go I to the depths of my soul

To deliberate questions upon me bestowed.

Ponderous options, I’m bowed with the weight.

Considerations not dared left to fate.


The myriad choices, I –

“Ma’am? Your decision?”

“Chocolate. No. Vanilla. No. A scoop of each, please!”


dVerse Poets Pub, Quadrille Monday: careen

About Maggie C

Stained glass artist, writer, respecter of life.
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17 Responses to Life Choices

  1. Ron. says:

    SUPERSCOOPS, please.

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  2. lillian says:

    ah….would that decisions about ice cream be our toughest decisions in life! Make it so, please!!!
    Thanks so much for posting to the prompt!

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  3. The mundane with the pursuit of the divine. Contentment in the choice of ice cream will do nicely thank you.

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  4. robtkistner says:

    Hi Maggie — Nice work poet! Please come and visit me, share your likes and your truth! Would love to have you!

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  5. *laughing* this is like my 6-year-old at the ice cream shop!


    David

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  6. Ron Rowland says:

    Ah yes…life choices. Reminds me of the Lyle Lovett song “Here I am” when after much contemplation he says “…if it’s not too late, make it a cheeseburger”

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  7. Helen Dehner says:

    Very clever … at first I thought you were heading off in another direction!

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  8. But if you get the question coffee or tea, you wouldn’t answer a little bit of both.

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  9. sanaarizvi says:

    Oh this is absolutely delightful! 😀 Double scoop for me please 💝💝

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