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Splashiest
by Cyriac Maliakkal

The peoples are ostensibly
full of traveling at this world.
They have no word about
their life.
They are in a waste land

They are traveling by mind and
Body.
They could not find anything.
They wonder for source of

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The Wanderer Home
by Josias Homely

The traveller who all night long
Through darkness wends his way,
Knows when the sky has darkest grown
Near is the dawn of day ;
To him that dawn appears most bright
As daughter of the darkest night.

Light rising on the playful wing
Of Zephyr comes a shower,
And o'er the green vale hovering

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Beautiful Chaos
by Evelyn Judy Buehler

Cruising along on a rolling highway,
Petals blowing in a passing breeze,
Bejeweled distant blue skies above,
And a ruby redbird crowd goes past.
The sun is in jade, luxuriant grasses,
And the hills are among ivory clouds,
Colored leaves make pretty scenery,
And russet apples fall from the trees.
Autumn breeze in my hair disheveled,
So common where wind has reveled,

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Belgium
by Ron Slate

Invented by the British to annoy
the French, so said De Gaulle.
The Belgians are rude but live to please,

live by pleasing. Speaking languages.
Renting their houses.
They're not rude, they just drive that way.

We dress for dinner
but the ambassador dresses down.

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Splashiest
by Cyriac Maliakkal

The peoples are ostensibly
full of traveling at this world.
They have no word about
their life.
They are in a waste land

They are traveling by mind and
Body.
They could not find anything.
They wonder for source of

......

Continue reading
Beautiful Chaos
by Evelyn Judy Buehler

Cruising along on a rolling highway,
Petals blowing in a passing breeze,
Bejeweled distant blue skies above,
And a ruby redbird crowd goes past.
The sun is in jade, luxuriant grasses,
And the hills are among ivory clouds,
Colored leaves make pretty scenery,
And russet apples fall from the trees.
Autumn breeze in my hair disheveled,
So common where wind has reveled,

......

Continue reading
The Wanderer Home
by Josias Homely

The traveller who all night long
Through darkness wends his way,
Knows when the sky has darkest grown
Near is the dawn of day ;
To him that dawn appears most bright
As daughter of the darkest night.

Light rising on the playful wing
Of Zephyr comes a shower,
And o'er the green vale hovering

......

Continue reading
Belgium
by Ron Slate

Invented by the British to annoy
the French, so said De Gaulle.
The Belgians are rude but live to please,

live by pleasing. Speaking languages.
Renting their houses.
They're not rude, they just drive that way.

We dress for dinner
but the ambassador dresses down.

......

Continue reading
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  • Ron Slate
    Ron Slate (1 poems about Traveling)
    1950 / Massachusetts / United States
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