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Poems About: TRAVEL

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  • 253.
    Whispers Of Talent

    Realizing dreams of yesterday, we walk on, looking for more to
    life than what we've been through already.
    Taking risks on a daily basis, enjoying what we can, crying
    when we are overwhelmed with life's expansive duties. read more »

    RoseAnn V. Shawiak
  • 254.
    60,000 Miles of Veins

    There are 60,000 miles of veins in my body and
    you
    are in all of them.
    You say you'll never travel the world, read more »

    Molly LaBelle
  • 255.
    The road that never ends

    Long I have traveled, down this road
    And still I don't know where it goes
    It doesn't have any signs
    The ground around me is always dry read more »

    Wallis minten
  • 256.
    Black and White

    They see the world in black and white
    Together they travel near
    A cycle they must take ahead
    For alone they truly fear. read more »

    Genevieve Pilat
  • 257.
    Eluding Death's Dark Light

    Locomotives traveling through evening skies, holding
    close to the tracks beneath their iron wheels.
    Moving over mountains and through valleys, eluding
    death's sight, hoping not to be caught in it's vacant read more »

    RoseAnn V. Shawiak
  • 258.
    Behind The Garden of My Mind

    Behind the garden of my mind,
    Lay an estate of beauty,
    Of wonder. read more »

    Darcy Charles Inwood
  • 259.
    Sweet Lord

    Lord, Your words are sweet carols
    To the heart you have prepared
    Ready before thee in rolls
    Quicken us with lasting bread read more »

    Gideon Arthur
  • 260.
    Parachute Jumping

    Breath-taking views left in a mind from past sky diving
    episodes. read more »

    RoseAnn V. Shawiak
  • 261.
    Your Path

    Many take the path most traveled to their destination avoiding the thorns and bushes and undesired reflections.
    Paths traveled less part a time,
    when thoughts become privy to a moment of clarity.
    Like a smoky haze at dawn sending chills down ones spine, read more »

    crystal conrickknight
  • 262.
    Pleasure in garden

    Sitting under a tree
    Holding pen in hand
    Paper on the ground
    I sat quiet read more »

    Jahan zaib
  • 263.
    California Fate

    Traveling far and traveling fast,
    going to California at last.
    Surprises await, so I must not hesitate,
    I’ve seen the Golden bridge with the gate. read more »

    Suzanna Chevalier
  • 264.
    Family Chrysler

    Traveling westerly, tasting nickel coffees and rib-eye steaks.
    Enjoying rodeos and ranch rides throughout desert trails and back.
    Returning along route 66, silently lurking in a car of yesterday, a chrysler, holding our family, engrossed in the scenery as we traveled together across country from New Jersey to Phoenix, Arizona. read more »

    RoseAnn V. Shawiak
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