Treasure Island

Rev. Rebecca Guile Hudson

(January 31st / Hollywood, CA)

New Mexico Welcome


New
to this Land of Enchantment state of mind?
Well, welcome home,
weary traveler, welcome home!

Here’s to feeling strange and wonderful –
Welcome home!

Here’s to feeling bewildered and happy –
Welcome home!

Here’s to feeling unlike you’ve ever felt before
Welcome home, welcome home, welcome home!

& here’s to nothing but beauty
Welcome home, I say, welcome home!

& here’s to surrounded by nature
Welcome home, yes, again, welcome home!

For New Mexico is my most
welcome home,
the one I have sought all my life

And now that YOU’RE here,
you’ll understand in a heartbeat -

Welcome home,
Welcome home,

Dear traveler
welcome home!

(2006, Taos Valley, New Mexico)

Submitted: Sunday, November 05, 2006
Edited: Tuesday, November 02, 2010

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