Prelude  O D Y S S E Y  by Willa Coleman Ridgeway O of Odyssey

Prelude  O D Y S S E Y  by Willa Coleman Ridgeway

O of Odyssey

Oddly enough we are offended often by those closest to us.

It’s obvious that we become obstinate to these opinions.

The road occasionally seems longer than our hearts can bear.

So we become ordered and obstinate against all odds.

Operating on an objective philosophy; it opens our mind to more options.

Yet, we limit ourselves to our own oaths.

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