RIC S. BASTASA


our pride lies in leaving no footprints at all Poem by RIC S. BASTASA


we walked
for quite a long time
traversed some
rivers
followed some
storms
and finished
a desert
into the plains and
then stopped on some
islands
and sailed the seas again
and we did not return
even if we did not really
know where to
go and when to stop

we did not
entertain reasons
anymore
we just let them
pass us
by

we did not
know each other
very well

our pride lies
in leaving no
footprints at all

and they were
shocked
but we did not
believe them

Submitted: Monday, August 18, 2014

Topic of this poem: life


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