June Fiction: Crossroads (a poem)

by Sana Hameed, Age 15, USA

Artwork by Lucy Zhang

The fiction prompt for June was “sidewalks.”

 

Crossroads

Crossroads poem jaBlog!Meet me at the intersection,
The crossroads of a decision.
This sidewalk we have walked since the beginning of time,
It has not aged well.
It is colourless, the periphery lacking the brilliant vibrancy of life once pouring from stores and flooding public spaces in rapid succession.
There is no such thing as a balance, as stability, as right and wrong.
Don’t be afraid now of pouncing
like a skipping stone across the horizon from one pond to the next,
from one walk of life to the next.
We weren’t meant to remain on the same paths for eternity,
you and I,
So meet me at the intersection,
the crossroads of a decision.
We can make it together.

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Sana Hameed is a writer who enjoys exploring new techniques and styles of writing. She is also the newest member of the LTC Team.

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Sana Hameed

About Sana Hameed

Sana fell in love with writing creative fiction in first grade and has over time developed an interest in other areas such as poetry and nonfiction. She enjoys writing short works competitively to hone her abilities as well as working on her own fantasy novel. In her free time, Sana loves volunteering regularly, doing Tae Kwon Do, and spending time with her friends and family.

One comment on “June Fiction: Crossroads (a poem)

  1. Cindy Green

    Wow! I love this!! Amazing job :)

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