Choosing Sides

Life gives us opportunities. Good! Life gives us two opportunities at the same time. Trouble Calling!
The topic was suggested by Swapnil, my schoolmate – Choosing Sides, the toughest thing to do.
Life is like a maze –

A variety of options, three ways to go, but only one way leads to the goal, other two may go far, but the goal is still distant. And why I say life is a maze, is that, once you select which way to go, its not the end of it, you have dilemmas coming.

Which way shall I opt for,
In front of me lay options enough,
The problem is to choose one only
Enter Dilemma, and the going gets tough

I enter the shopping mall,
5 companies selling Tomato Ketchup
One may make my Maggi taste better
The others may taste a syrup

I get admitted to class 11
Three streams to choose from
All the three have well in front
Which one apt for my brain’s ROM*

My science Olympiad is here,
The very first question stands erect
The little brainstorming, a little guesswork
4 choices, and only one is correct.

I want to get rid of these dilemmas
Choosing sides, is really tough
Standing between the two choices,
Held by the scruff.

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About Chetan

A twenty year old infant who fears if crows may shit on him or if Bengali aunties' umbrellas may prick him in the eye. He is currently waiting for Mamata Banerjee to leave Kolkata.

Posted on November 16, 2011, in February Compositions., Specials, Topic Please and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.

  1. True words… and really well written poem.

    Like

  2. seriously, very well written!

    Like

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