Travel Poems - Poems For Travel

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  • 37.
    The Rover

    Oh, how good it is to be
    Foot-loose and heart-free!
    Just my dog and pipe and I, underneath the vast sky;
    Trail to try and goal to win, white road and cool inn;
    Fields to lure a lad afar, clear spring and still star;
    Lilting feet that never tire, green dingle, fagot fire;
    None to hurry, none to hold, heather hill and hushed fold;
    Nature like a picture book, laughing leaf and bright brook;
    Every day a jewel bright, set serenely in the night;
    Every night a holy shrine, radiant for a day divine.

    Weathered cheek and kindly eye, let the wanderer go by.
    Woman-love and wistful heart, let the gipsy one depart.
    For the farness and the road are his glory and his goad.
    Oh, the lilt of youth and Spring! Eyes laugh and lips sing.

    Yea, but it is good to be
    Foot-loose and heart-free!


    Yet how good it is to come
    Home at last, home, home!
    On the clover swings the bee, overhead's the hale tree;
    Sky of turquoise gleams through, yonder glints the lake's blue.
    In a hammock let's swing, weary of wandering;
    Tired of wild, uncertain lands, strange faces, faint hands.
    Has the wondrous world gone cold? Am I growing old, old?
    Grey and weary . . . let me dream, glide on the tranquil stream.
    Oh, what joyous days I've had, full, fervid, gay, glad!
    Yet there comes a subtile change, let the stripling rove, range.
    From sweet roving comes sweet rest, after all, home's best.
    And if there's a little bit of woman-love with it,
    I will count my life content, God-blest and well spent. . . .

    Oh but it is good to be
    Foot-loose and heart-free!
    Yet how good it is to come
    Home at last, home, home! read more »

  • 38.
    The Unexplorer

    There was a road ran past our house
    Too lovely to explore.
    I asked my mother once—she said
    That if you followed where it led read more »

  • 39.
    Pirate Story

    Three of us afloat in the meadow by the swing,
    Three of us abroad in the basket on the lea.
    Winds are in the air, they are blowing in the spring,
    And waves are on the meadow like the waves there are at sea. read more »

  • 40.
    Over the Hills and Far Away

    Where forlorn sunsets flare and fade
    On desolate sea and lonely sand,
    Out of the silence and the shade
    What is the voice of strange command read more »

  • 41.
    A Sailor's Song

    Oh for the breath of the briny deep,
    And the tug of the bellying sail,
    With the sea-gull's cry across the sky read more »

  • 42.
    The Seafarer

    (From the early Anglo-Saxon text)

    May I for my own self song's truth reckon,
    Journey's jargon, how I in harsh days read more »

  • 43.
    Dover Beach

    The sea is calm to-night.
    The tide is full, the moon lies fair
    Upon the straits; - on the French coast the light
    Gleams and is gone; the cliffs of England stand, read more »

  • 44.

    Suzanne takes you down to her place near the river
    You can hear the boats go by
    You can spend the night beside her
    And you know that she's half crazy read more »

  • 45.
    Horse and Rider

    The prairie blows the grasses
    And whips the horse’s mane.
    They travel, horse and rider,
    Through the sea of amber grain read more »

  • 46.
    All Roads Lead Back To You

    Some roads are rough and rocky
    Some very narrow to get through
    But whatever road I travel
    It always leads back to you read more »

  • 47.
    # # an unplanned journey

    no travel agent
    no travel schedule
    no tickets taken
    no luggage packed there in read more »

  • 48.
    Love's Vicissitudes

    AS Love and Hope together
    Walk by me for a while,
    Link-armed the ways they travel
    For many a pleasant mile - read more »

New Travel Poems

  1. From kindle to ashes, Tia Attwood
  2. Let me Travel one more Mile, Anoop Kumar
  3. A Milestone To Travel, Nishi Kumari
  4. Loneliness, Col Muhamad Khalid Khan
  5. Expression Eruption: Married a minute ago, Vinz Poetry
  7. I See You've Travelled Some, Edgar Albert Guest
  8. sunset over paris, Eva Tortora
  9. Traveler's Malady, Pradip Chattopadhyay
  10. A Long Road, Michael Stevens
  11. Time Travel Flowing, Terence G. Craddock (aftergl ..
  12. Wind screened wings, Miroslava Odalovic
  13. Windshielded Birds, Miroslava Odalovic
  14. Time traveler, Angel A. Lockwood
  15. What for travel I am, tsewang gon
  16. Just hope, Miroslava Odalovic
  17. >>>The Roads I Killed, Abdul Wahab
  18. O traveler, gajanan mishra
  19. Lyrics 1 for Pachelbel's Canon (I Love T.., Gordon Tseng
  20. I Made No Sound, Miroslava Odalovic
  21. It's A Hard Road, Liam Hughes
  22. The First Books, Artchil Daug
  23. My Travelling, Z.I. Mahmud
  24. A Night Traveler, Selam G. Sekuar
  25. Pack Your Bags, I'm Leaving, Justin Kopp
  26. Journeys In Mind Soul, Terence George Craddock (Spe ..
  27. for travel's sake, RIC S. BASTASA
  28. Dreaming As A Traveller, Lawrence CH Hiun
  29. A Dream As A Traveller, Lawrence CH Hiun
  30. These Roads, Amanda Marie Testino
  31. Cat Not Bad, madan Mee
  32. Spider, gajanan mishra
  33. I'd Wish You'd Gone With Me, T.A. Rosenbaum
  34. The Travelerz, akingbehin daniel murphy
  35. to cambridge, michael oliver
  36. The Road I Travel, Anne Jones
  37. Have You, Ever Been in Cathay ?, Yoseph Lupu
  38. trum...trum....Its a Train..! ! !, ANANDA GOPAN
  39. Traveling Light, Heather Burns
  40. Lone Traveller, Han Min Ohn
  41. TRAVELING, Carmela Patterson
  42. tanka form, oskar hansen
  43. Night Journeys, Terence George Craddock (Spe ..
  44. Travel to the place..., Divyesh J. Shah
  45. ALL MY JOURNEYS SO FAR, Vida Nenadic
  46. Spiritual Travel, Naveed Akram
  47. Marvellous Travel, Joshua Fernandez
  48. Travelling the White Line AKA Running fr.., Gabrielle Smith
  49. Life and Traveling, Kristen Palmitier
  50. Lost Highway, David Harris
  51. The Magic of the Breeze – 32 I used to t.., Angelina Pandian
  52. Running, Jodie Louise Pollock
  53. 0109.Time To Travel Around The World Again, Sunset Moonshine
  54. This River, Ernestine Northover
  55. Travel, Fitzisaac Maliya
  56. 'There Are A Lot Of Roads To Happy', Linda Winchell
  57. In my travels, Sicelo Sithole
  58. For A Good Friend, Pradeep Dhavakumar
  59. TRAVEL, dr. ram sharma
  60. Into the woods we traveled, Brad Combs
  61. TRAVEL, Vida Nenadic
  62. Life’s Railway, Marilyn Lott
  63. Travelling in My Heart, Shutter Queen
  64. I've Travelled Far, Francis Duggan
  65. An Elderly Man Of The World, Francis Duggan
  66. untittled for you, Halloween Nightmare
  67. Travelling down memory lane, Ralph Acosta
  68. Oscar, Francis Duggan
  69. Clock In A Boomerang, Ludvig Von Himmelstein
  70. http: / nguyen ngo.., phong nguyen ngoc
  71. travel to Viet Nam, hotel in viet nam, h.., phong nguyen ngoc
  72. A Road Well Travelled, David Keig
  73. The Traveling Wind, Pamela Mote
  74. Eoin From Dublin, Francis Duggan
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