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  • 49.
    The Winners

    ("The Story of the Gadsbys")

    What the moral? Who rides may read.
    When the night is thick and the tracks are blind
    A friend at a pinch is a friend, indeed,
    But a fool to wait for the laggard behind.
    Down to Gehenna or up to the Throne,
    He travels the fastest who travels alone.

    White hands cling to the tightened rein,
    Slipping the spur from the booted heel,
    Tenderest voices cry " Turn again!"
    Red lips tarnish the scabbarded steel,
    High hopes faint on a warm hearth-stone--
    He travels the fastest who travels alone.

    One may fall but he falls by himself--
    Falls by himself with himself to blame.
    One may attain and to him is pelf--
    Loot of the city in Gold or Fame.
    Plunder of earth shall be all his own
    Who travels the fastest and travels alone.

    Wherefore the more ye be helpen-.en and stayed,
    Stayed by a friend in the hour of toil,
    Sing the heretical song I have made--
    His be the labour and yours be the spoil.
    Win by his aid and the aid disown--
    He travels the fastest who travels alone! read more »

  • 50.
    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 »

  • 51.
    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 »

  • 52.
    Night Traveler

    I am a night traveler
    Travel all through the night
    And my bed is a sailing boat
    I reach for my bed every night read more »

  • 53.
    A BeAPoeIt Poem

    I say I'm not a poet, For like of which I know it,
    Rhymes absurd in metered word,
    Describing not a poet read more »

  • 54.
    Harbinger Of Fate

    In the roads we travel,
    our destination is always
    a tiny speck on the horizon
    where it meets the greeting dawn. read more »

  • 55.

    I am a time traveler, traveling in space
    and time,
    Through my past, present and future, - read more »

  • 56.
    A Trip to Remember

    Once I'd to travel
    Across the seas
    With a special person
    My mother-in-law. read more »

  • 57.
    On this road

    On this road
    where nobody else travels
    autumn nightfall read more »

  • 58.
    These Roads

    Walking thru these streets
    meeting crossroads of hope and some of loss
    will i take the right road
    will i venture into the curves and bumps carved into the foundation formed from years of repetitive travel read more »

  • 59.
    A Travelling Man

    A travelling man
    is a proud man
    he'll fight for his family
    he'll fight for his pride read more »

  • 60.
    Forbidden Love

    Before the clock was set to count our smile
    Together we traveled. We traveled for a mile.

    Before the clock was set to count our tear 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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