Poems About: TRAVEL
Poems on / about :
- carpe diem
313.I Long To See
I long to travel, globe trot and explore,
I long to see many sites, holy and Biblical as well as historical,
Since lots of travel, sounds, sites and landmarks galore,
Make for grand experiences, both memorable and factual, read more »Jonathan Karanja
314.The road less traveled
Roads taking a small turn
Into the known destination
Brought chills, and perspiration,
So near, yet so far read more »Bikash Sahoo
315.Riding The Freeways
Riding down the freeway, landscapes racing by,
cars passing and leaving our sight.
On the same stretch of highway, we are traveling read more »RoseAnn V. Shawiak
Traveling alone, living a solo existence, lonely from all
outside respects. read more »RoseAnn V. Shawiak
317.Whispers Of Talent
Realizing dreams of yesterday, we walk on, looking for more to
life than what we've been through already.
Taking risks on a daily basis, enjoying what we can, crying
when we are overwhelmed with life's expansive duties. read more »RoseAnn V. Shawiak
318.Peace Be With Us
Peace be with us my love as we find our paths of sense and serenity.
That when laid out and begun traveling we'll come back together again.
I'll never give up and I know you're not a quitter.
We'll find peace and love repairing the bond that will last forever. read more »Michael McParland
319.Road traveled by few
The road traveled by few
I have chosen to walk through
Many mistakes i made along the way
But much i have learned too read more »Derrick Graham
Lord, Your words are sweet carols
To the heart you have prepared
Ready before thee in rolls
Quicken us with lasting bread read more »Gideon Arthur
321.Behind The Garden of My Mind
Behind the garden of my mind,
Lay an estate of beauty,
Of wonder. read more »Darcy Charles Inwood
322.Travel The Earth
Travel about the earth alone
Having equal vision everywhere.
Travel about the earth alone read more »gajanan mishra
Breath-taking views left in a mind from past sky diving
episodes. read more »RoseAnn V. Shawiak
324.Faute De MieuxDorothy Parker