(Romance, Fiction) “The Cross At The End Of The Road”

Imagine your old mate who left under the cloud of perfidy, abandonment.
Far, far away, but now returning home.

She/he did not inform you of this return.
Doubts assailing her/his mind, as they journey home; What if……..?????
I get rejected, he/she has another?????

Walking this road of return, they spot a cross way at the end of the road. That’s new. There was never a Cross there.

Haply the mind makes of it a sign. Telling them (the sign is) that all will be forgiven, all is well. Perhaps a temporary hope is ignited in the breast.

Then as your wayfaring love approaches the cross, they break down trembling in tears for it is not a cross.

No, it is you, yes you, the love left behind, the one betrayed, standing there with arms open wide having always been there waiting, hoping for their return.

Inspired by an old Bolero.
Sincerely; MAO

I can be reached at turbans713@yahoo.com, and
https://kingrat1397@gmail.com, and at face book as Miguel Angel Oquendo. (Mickey, of Huachuca City, Az.)

Or you can contact these folk; Rev. Bob Schembre (Missouri), or Ministerio APG  (My Brother, Pastor Angel L. Oquendo, Spanish and English, Florida) both on Face Book.


3 thoughts on “(Romance, Fiction) “The Cross At The End Of The Road”

    1. Yes, was written to do some justice to the old song as sung by Javier Solis. Cannot recollect the title even now, but will attempt to look up and return to you with it. Yes it is meant to be “mythic, legend” representative of betrayal and unwillingness to let go of a romance. I have extended my reply because the first part was on the go from a phone and I hate using those things. This is on my PC


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