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Poems About: JOURNEY

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  • 361.
    NO LOOKIN BACK

    I have a journey ahead
    A journey of a thousand miles
    That begins with my first steps
    No matter how rough the road read more »

    OLUMIDE FAMILUSI
  • 362.
    Life

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    Stephanie MIller
  • 363.
    983 Snowflake

    drifiting down slowly like a snowflake

    beautiful and unique read more »

    V.. F..
  • 364.
    Missing Soul

    To the ends of the earth
    Where dreams are conjured
    Where friendship is born
    Through the planes where life begins read more »

    Oyekake Satty Joshua
  • 365.
    Bruning Love Till Eternity

    Journey of love is what we have
    given to one another, a journey
    with only a one way ticket fare read more »

    Bonnie Collins
  • 366.
    -*-Seven Forty - Seven-ed Ponds

    Incidental footprints of your journey
    Mirrored olives, blues and strings of white
    So many caught in busied travel delight
    Olive-d peace in reflection-ed stills read more »

    Debora Short
  • 367.
    The Journey Between Life And Death

    When old age calls his name
    He seems to give no blame.
    When death says he's tall
    He stopped to answer the call. read more »

    Godspower Oshodin
  • 368.
    45 A leaf's plea.....

    Always blowing away with the wind
    Did you get a hint
    Who I am?
    Started my journey from the hand of Sam* read more »

    Athul KrishnaA
  • 369.
    MCC HYMN

    So many times
    We felt lonely
    While we walked
    The narrow path read more »

    Aldo Kraas
  • 370.
    My Journey

    My journey by far has been something I can't even describe
    It has made me stronger and wiser
    The people that I have met have brightened my day in a way that you will never imagine
    My hopes and drean has flourished as the days has gone by read more »

    teiaire patrick
  • 371.
    Leading up to Friday

    Its comes to so naturally,
    A sigh of dread, a sigh of relief,
    From Monday to Thursday,
    It’s been a rough week. read more »

    Melissa Coventry
  • 372.
    Under Cathedral Fir Trees… 5.27.2008

    I face another call: Carlos Castaneda,
    “The Second Ring of Power”, a story
    about sorcery and challenge, describing
    a journey to freedom and impeccability, read more »

    Margaret Alice
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