Decisions in life determine destiny, Choices galore with and without ceremony. From simple yes or no; To complex stop or go. Like a fork on a boulevard, But without a google map to guard. Some use logic, reason and experiences to decide, For others, its their heart’s desire that they bide. Some can carve a balance, For others its one stance. Decisions occupy so much mental space, Make our head and heart race. I wonder what life would be without needing to decide? To flow freely without decisions to make and bide. A carefree existence, Without decisions encumbrance. With having nothing to confide or decide, But to let life flow freely as an ocean tide. Will that be a simple life? Bereft of all cares and strife. I wonder.