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Poems About: TRAVEL

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  • 109.
    A Man As I Am

    I built a haven,
    between the road less traveled and the road well traveled by man
    Who are longing for answers and they found none
    All roads are poorly lit read more »

    Kristoffer Randolf Ramos
  • 110.
    A Call To Travel -new-

    There is no rest in residence for a person of culture and intellect,
    so travel and leave where you're residing! read more »

    Muhammad ibn Idris Al Shafii
  • 111.
    Time Zones In Orbital Distances

    conditioned minds accept
    prepared sliced preprogrammed
    answers sliced up sequenced read more »

    Terry Craddock
  • 112.
    Though I've Done My Share Of Travel

    Though I've done my share of travel I don't have much to show of Worldly gain
    And 'tis been awhile and many Seasons since I've seen old Clara in the rain
    And the fog crawl down the mountain on days cold enough to snow
    And Finnow swollen by stormwater through the old fields bank high flow. read more »

    Francis Duggan
  • 113.
    Little Blue Ball (poem)

    As I looked up at the stars last night I reflected for a moment on us all as passengers aboard our planet earth. I put this little poem together.

    The little blue ball hurling through space
    A ball all put together by means of God’s grace read more »

    Dave Tanguay
  • 114.
    Rose Red's Quest (Might Be Adding More Soon)

    In a small village lived Rose Red
    The village was poor and all slept on a straw bed. read more »

    Nicholas Abaddon
  • 115.
    David The Creative Soul

    Born in the Bronx where he grew up,
    he was raised to be smart, but also tough.
    Now I met David who is a very creative soul,
    he inspires you and helps you grow. read more »

    Suzae Chevalier
  • 116.
    If I Win Tattslotto

    If I win Tattslotto I'd travel far away
    I'd visit South America home of mara and rhea
    I'd buy a working Llama, I'd climb the mountain track
    And Llama close behind me my luggage on his back. read more »

    Francis Duggan
  • 117.
    Strange Words Travel by Tongue

    Strange Words Travel by Tongue
    by Alex Lewis

    Strange words travel by tongue read more »

    Alex Lewis
  • 118.

    Man watches you hide behind
    your shadow.
    Why do you think you need to
    to hide? read more »

  • 119.
    The Traveller

    Reply to Rudyard Kipling’s ‘He travels the fastest who travels alone.’

    Who travels alone with his eye on the heights,
    Though he laughs in the day time oft weeps on the nights; read more »

    Ella Wheeler Wilcox
  • 120.
    with my imperfect mind

    With my imperfect mind I touch
    her body, and she’s satisfied
    because I love her very much,
    and never ever tried to hide read more »

    gershon hepner
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