before you enter in
there are things that you should know
nothing is the same again
once you choose to go.
I think you think you’re ready
but I’m not so sure
you aren’t afraid and that’s not safe
maybe you should go
maybe, but it’s not for me
to ever keep you out
but once you step your foot inside…
15 thoughts on “Enter In”
Wow–isn’t this the truth in a hammer blow.
I like it because it means several things at the same time (but I guess I try to do that a lot). Cheers.
I love this, so vague and yet, so profound~
Thank you lscotthoughts.
Interesting how you leave the ending to our imaginations:
“but once you step your foot inside…”
I LIKE it!!! 🙂
Thank you for saying so. Cheers.
Somehow, I think you are warning us about crossing the Jordan and about taking the Road to Emmaeus.
It very well could be.
This could apply to so many things…as good poetry should!
I do like it when that happens.
Interesting to read what people take away from your (beautiful) poems… to me Enter In speaks of some great life change, a fork in the road if you will, after which (you may or may not realise at the time) nothing will ever be the same…
That is true…
Also, it is very interesting to me as well to hear what people take away from my poems. I always appreciate comments.
Lovely piece : ) but of course I like your way of expression with those thoughts of yours so …
thanks for another great piece : )smile
You are welcome.