If you were to choose …

If you were to choose
between known and unknown
would you pick the unknown
and be the first to know
or would you go from known to unknown
and risk never knowing what you don’t know …

If you were to choose
between right and wrong
would you choose wrong
and later make it right
or you would pick right and find out how wrong you are …

If you were to choose
between beauty and the beast
would you choose the beast
and later make it beautiful
or would you pick beauty and find the beast in it …

If you were to choose
between love and hate
would you take those you hate
and add them to your loved ones
or would you go for those you love and gamble if there is hate …

If you were to choose
between chance and opportunity
would you take a chance
and make it your opportunity
or would you go for the opportunity and chance it out …

If you were to choose
between wealth and money
would you take money
and build wealth out of it
or will you take wealth and count the money’s worth …

if you were to choose
between high and low
would you fall so low
to bounce back so high
or would you go so high then fear falling so low …

If you were to choose
between a dream and a wish
would you wish to dream
and make all your wishes in it
or would you take a wish and slowly wash your dreams …

If you were to choose
between distance and time
would you take time
and figure out the distance between
or would you go the distance as you count time …

If you were to choose
between fate and destiny
would you choose fate
and make it your destiny
or would you chase your destiny and find out the fate it beholds …

If you were to choose
between life and death
would you choose death
and chance eternal life
or would you embrace life and live until death …

If you had a chance to chance between choices
and reach a decision, then your choice will dance
with with you, with every chance that comes with it

Don’t worry my Lord! I am a man now
I think I can handle whatever comes my way
Am frank …

This poem is inspired by a poem written by Kipling Rudyard ‘If’

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