The road none take

“There is a road that is flat, broad, and straight. It can take you all over Ireland, and it is a straight line to London. Yet it is a road that none dare travel. I tried once to set foot upon it. When I did, the sense of grief and sadness, the only vibrant thing amidst all the death there, made me resolve to never go near the Black Road again.” —Guru Deep, Ireland Through the Third Eye

There are roads we all follow.

There are crossroads we ponder.

And then there are the roads that none dare travel.

What if the road that no one will set foot on is the only road left to you?

Where will it take you? From those darkest shadows, will you find a light?

When you are so lost, will you find a way?

Follow the Black Road.

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Anthony St. Clair - Travel Fantasy Author / Craft Beer Writer / Business Copywriter

Author and copywriter Anthony St. Clair has specialized in online content since 2000, blogged since 2004 and is the author of the Rucksack Universe travel fantasy series.

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