Follow the path

A stranger knocks on your door, asking for directions from your home to the closest gas station (or café, or library. Your pick!). Instead of the fastest and shortest route, give him/her the one involving the most fun detours.

A stranger knocks on the door

Drenched in sweat, scared, beard grow

It is so cold out here everywhere snow

“What do you want, I want to know?”

Teary eyes, tired feet, chipped lips, cracked toes

Wrapped in rags, skeleton look, voice low

I am lost, not able to find my home where to go?

Storm drifted me away, left exhausted, path not known

Need your help, show me the way, I will go

Hopeless, weak, alone I may walk slow

To see my destination, I’ll survive and glow

 Come follow this path, long but fair for sure

Few shorter ways, temporary, easy to lure

Pick is yours, this is for peace and solitude

Those are for materialism, greed and more

The DETOURS will enlighten your SOUL for sure

Enjoy the nature, adventure, happiness and more

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