If may offer a little constructive criticism
"Lone we dared to tread these paths
Rights and wrongs we seldom tasked,
Simply we wandered unaware
To where silver meets the air.
In our time we well have versed
That life is dual and preverse "
The rhyming on these three pairs of lines seems a little forced. it seems almost as if you settled with a word that wasn't exactly the one you wanted, just because of the rhyme.
"to where silver meets the air"
i realize that that is simply providing a destination, but again, it seems the rhyme between "air" and "unaware" was forced to fit with the rest of the poem having rhyme.
"in our time we have well versed"
the word versed doesn't seem to quite fit the context here, that one might just be me missing something.
It is still very good. those are just things i noticed when i was reading it, it may just be me who saw that though. Keep writing!
I do very much appreciate your criticism. You were correct in many things that you pointed out, some of my ways of phrasing things are unique, especially since sentences such as "In our time we well have versed" aren't common in every day speech, however, I was trying to be unique in flipping words to derive the same meaning.
As for "Where silver meets the air" that was supposed to be a metaphore for every cloud having a silver lining, it was intended to reflect innocence and optimism during the walk of unpredictable life; hense the previously written "Simply we wandered unaware", meaning we walked content in not knowing, staying optimist whatever ahead, and then of course continues to explain that life is a turn of two plays, it's lesser and it's greater goods.
I hope that this clears it up a bit - I know when I start to write it sometimes doesn't always turn out completely coherent! Thank you VERY much though for your comments, it helped me to see a possible short-coming in my style.
Thank you also to everyone else for your praises and critism, I intend to further share my work in future.