TRAVEL POEMS

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  • 25.
    The Rhyme Of The Restless Ones

    We couldn't sit and study for the law;
    The stagnation of a bank we couldn't stand;
    For our riot blood was surging, and we didn't need much urging
    To excitements and excesses that are banned.
    So we took to wine and drink and other things,
    And the devil in us struggled to be free;
    Till our friends rose up in wrath, and they pointed out the path,
    And they paid our debts and packed us o'er the sea.

    Oh, they shook us off and shipped us o'er the foam,
    To the larger lands that lure a man to roam;
    And we took the chance they gave
    Of a far and foreign grave,
    And we bade good-by for evermore to home.

    And some of us are climbing on the peak,
    And some of us are camping on the plain;
    By pine and palm you'll find us, with never claim to bind us,
    By track and trail you'll meet us once again.

    We are the fated serfs to freedom -- sky and sea;
    We have failed where slummy cities overflow;
    But the stranger ways of earth know our pride and know our worth,
    And we go into the dark as fighters go.

    Yes, we go into the night as brave men go,
    Though our faces they be often streaked with woe;
    Yet we're hard as cats to kill,
    And our hearts are reckless still,
    And we've danced with death a dozen times or so.

    And you'll find us in Alaska after gold,
    And you'll find us herding cattle in the South.
    We like strong drink and fun, and, when the race is run,
    We often die with curses in our mouth.
    We are wild as colts unbroke, but never mean.
    Of our sins we've shoulders broad to bear the blame;
    But we'll never stay in town and we'll never settle down,
    And we'll never have an object or an aim.

    No, there's that in us that time can never tame;
    And life will always seem a careless game;
    And they'd better far forget --
    Those who say they love us yet --
    Forget, blot out with bitterness our name. read more »

  • 26.
    The Tinajera Notebook

    Through my torso, the smooth
    diffusion of aguas ardientes. Another read more »

  • 27.
    Flying

    One said to me tonight or was it day
    or was it the passage between the two,
    "It's hard to remember, crossing time zones, read more »

  • 28.
    Passing Through Albuquerque

    At dusk, by the irrigation ditch
    gurgling past backyards near the highway,
    locusts raise a maze of calls in cottonwoods. read more »

  • 29.
    Looking for the Gulf Motel

    There should be nothing here I don't remember...

    The Gulf Motel with mermaid lampposts
    and ship's wheel in the lobby should still be read more »

  • 30.
    The Marvelous Munchausen

    The snug little room with its brazier fire aglow,
    And Piet and Sachs and Vroom — all in the long ago, —
    Oh, the very long ago! — o'er their pipes and hollands seen;
    And on the wall the man-o'-war, and firelight on the screen! read more »

  • 31.
    The Traveling Onion

    When I think how far the onion has traveled
    just to enter my stew today, I could kneel and praise
    all small forgotten miracles,
    crackly paper peeling on the drainboard, read more »

  • 32.
    Song For All Seas, All Ships

    TO-DAY a rude brief recitative,
    Of ships sailing the Seas, each with its special flag or ship-signal;
    Of unnamed heroes in the ships- Of waves spreading and spreading, far read more »

  • 33.
    Niagara



    ROAR, raging torrent! and thou, mighty river,
    Pour thy white foam on the valley below;
    Frown, ye dark mountains! and shadow for ever
    The deep rocky bed where the wild rapids flow. read more »

  • 34.
    Gypsy Songs

    I

    THE faery beam upon you,
    The stars to glister on you;
    A moon of light read more »

  • 35.
    A Ballad of Boding

    There are sleeping dreams and waking dreams;
    What seems is not always as it seems.

    I looked out of my window in the sweet new morning, read more »

  • 36.
    The Wanderer

    To see the clouds his spirit yearned toward so
    Over new mountains piled and unploughed waves,
    Back of old-storied spires and architraves
    To watch Arcturus rise or Fomalhaut, read more »

New Travel Poems

  1. Caravan of world peace., Gangadharan nair Pulingat..
  2. A Milestone To Travel, Nishi Kumari
  3. Loneliness, Col Muhamad Khalid Khan
  4. Journey Is Going On, Rohit Sapra
  5. Rocky Road Traveling, Dorsey Baker
  6. IMAGES OF LIFE, MOHAMMAD SKATI
  7. Religion, Ameen Moslem
  8. sunset over paris, Eva Tortora
  9. Traveler's Malady, Pradip Chattopadhyay
  10. Two Roads, Didith Marcelo
  11. The Traveler, Lento Maez
  12. A Long Road, Michael Stevens
  13. Time Traveling, Kevin Quero
  14. Travel Well my Friend, Mr. Nobody
  15. Travel, Marilyn Lott
  16. Natural Universe, RoseAnn V. Shawiak
  17. Pictures Memories In Minds Eye, Terence G. Craddock (aftergl ..
  18. Time Travel Flowing, Terence G. Craddock (aftergl ..
  19. Land of emotions, Neha m.k
  20. Waves, Mark Adrian Adonay
  21. An Adventure the Beginning I, Rachel Nichols
  22. If I Could Travel, Kevin Seales
  23. You too, Pradip Chattopadhyay
  24. Wind screened wings, Miroslava Odalovic
  25. Windshielded Birds, Miroslava Odalovic
  26. Time traveler, Angel A. Lockwood
  27. Passport To Europe (Taxidevo Agape), Dorian Petersen Potter
  28. A Trip to Remember, Tirupathi Chandrupatla
  29. Ropin, Oscar Robles
  30. What for travel I am, tsewang gon
  31. >>>The Roads I Killed, Abdul Wahab
  32. Travels, Rajesh Thankappan
  33. O traveler, gajanan mishra
  34. Today is My Birthday, Not June 17, Bernard Henrie
  35. SWEET THOUGHTS, MOHAMMAD SKATI
  36. Lyrics 1 for Pachelbel's Canon (I Love T.., Gordon Tseng
  37. Travel with me, RONALD K SSEKAJJA
  38. AND AGAIN, Vida Nenadic
  39. Time Travel, Khaleel Steir
  40. It's A Hard Road, Liam Hughes
  41. A Traveler's Petite Secret, Ezna Stephna
  42. A Night Traveler, Selam G. Sekuar
  43. Pack Your Bags, I'm Leaving, Justin Kopp
  44. Journeys In Mind Soul, Terence George Craddock (Spe ..
  45. These Roads, Amanda Marie Testino
  46. Cat Not Bad, madan Mee
  47. Spider, gajanan mishra
  48. The Travelerz, akingbehin daniel murphy
  49. The Road I Travel, Anne Jones
  50. Have You, Ever Been in Cathay ?, Yoseph Lupu
  51. trum...trum....Its a Train..! ! !, ANANDA GOPAN
  52. Traveling Light, Heather Burns
  53. Lone Traveller, Han Min Ohn
  54. TRAVELING, Carmela Patterson
  55. Night Journeys, Terence George Craddock (Spe ..
  56. Travel to the place..., Divyesh J. Shah
  57. ALL MY JOURNEYS SO FAR, Vida Nenadic
  58. Spiritual Travel, Naveed Akram
  59. Marvellous Travel, Joshua Fernandez
  60. Life and Traveling, Kristen Palmitier
  61. The Magic of the Breeze – 32 I used to t.., Angelina Pandian
  62. Get to Stepping and Adventure Your Life, Lawrence S. Pertillar
  63. 0109.Time To Travel Around The World Again, Sunset Moonshine
  64. This River, Ernestine Northover
  65. Travel, Fitzisaac Maliya
  66. 'There Are A Lot Of Roads To Happy', Linda Winchell
  67. In my travels, Sicelo Sithole
  68. For A Good Friend, Pradeep Dhavakumar
  69. TRAVEL, dr. ram sharma
  70. Into the woods we traveled, Brad Combs
  71. TRAVEL, Vida Nenadic
  72. Life’s Railway, Marilyn Lott
  73. Travelling in My Heart, Shutter Queen
  74. Travelling down memory lane, Ralph Acosta
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