seeme now

Rookie (9 may 1954 / austria)

The journey Poem by seeme now


Come on, take the journey
you, me and all, take the step
no matter time or distance
all irrelevant
for a broken spirit the longest journey
is to the front door to open it

Reach out, give, take,
challenge the road, the journey calls
inside out, outside in
open your soul, your heart
let it be the bridge
to walk your journey

Fly with the wings of the thought
feel with the wisdom of yesterday
burry the sorrow, make place for the new
rejoice in what will come and dare
give way, don't let nothing frighten you
just make the journey of the heart

Submitted: Thursday, March 20, 2008

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  • Rookie - 166 Points Dr.subhendu Kar (8/19/2008 6:33:00 AM)

    as we tudge the path journey onto the finale
    with breath of dark and light by the heart
    yet with challeges to oppostite winds
    as life is rave up in our own time and space................yet aawe-inspiring across the life as when one meets by his plexus of life and living, ilove the spirit, wellpennmed 10+`, thanks for sharing (Report) Reply

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