Treasure Island

Roilynn brown


The Trip


Journey or destination, that is the question.
Does the journey or destination define the experience?
The variety of experience, intertwine and gives, strength to the trip.
Any obstacles encountered are overcome.
The journey to the destination is enclosed with peace and joy.
It's a destination of many, a journey of one.
Awareness of heights, depths, colors and smells.
There is the feeling of hot heat and fright cold.
It's a trip constantly being renewed, never growing old.
Destination or journey, it's an experience of grandeur.
What a trip.

Submitted: Friday, April 11, 2014
Edited: Friday, April 11, 2014

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A train journey to a destination I will never forget.

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