254 match(es) found in poems

A Traveller

This road takes me; a horse guiding a horseman
A traveler like me cannot look back
Mahmoud Darwish

The Traveller

Reply to Rudyard Kipling’s ‘He travels the fastest who travels alone.’
Who travels alone with his eye on the heights,
Ella Wheeler Wilcox

A Time Traveller

I am a time traveler, traveling in space

The Traveller In Africa

A Dramatic Sketch
A Forest. Night.
Louisa Stuart Costello

Two Travellers Perishing In Snow

Two Travellers perishing in Snow
Emily Dickinson

The Travellers' Curse After Misdirection

(from the Welsh)
May they stumble, stage by stage
Robert Graves

Traveller's Mind

Where will I find my own word
Is it in the dust of someone’s ash or in the end of my tongue
maria sudibyo

The Murdered Traveller

When spring, to woods and wastes around,
Brought bloom and joy again,
William Cullen Bryant

The Gentle Traveller

Through many a land your journey ran,
And showed the best the world can boast:
Henry Van Dyke

Prayer Of Pan Cogito – Traveller

Thank you for creating the world beautiful and of such variety
Zbigniew Herbert

Dreaming As A Traveller

(dedicated to Jolly)
I have a dream
Lawrence CH Hiun

A Traveller's Note

Sitting alone in my chair
Looking around with a helpless stare
Ahmed Shammasi

[the Weary Traveller, Who Tyred, Sought]

The weary Traveller, who tyred, sought
In places distant farre, yet found no end
Mary Wroth

Lone Traveller

With a full moon in the sky
Traveled I through the wild
Han Min Ohn

Traveller's Diary

it could change your life for ever
Syed Ali Sagar

The Traveller's Prayer

Thou guardian of the weak, thou poor man's friend!
Hear from thy glorious throne, Almighty God!
Rees Prichard

Traveller's Song

Bands of dark and bands of light
Lie athwart the homeward way;
George MacDonald

Whither Traveller

Rattle fall rat grey rain,
Lightning torches only the sky,
yoonoos peerbocus

I'M A Tired Traveller....

The evening sky
is slate gray
Ranjini Mohan

The Traveller

To Archibald MacLeish
The afternoon with heavy hours
Allen Tate

Traveller's Rest

When you are tired of the long road and the open sky,
I wish it may be my door that you're passing by:
Cicely Fox Smith

Traveller's Hymn

I wander through a foreign land,
And still Thy love is mine;
John Bowring

The Traveller; Or, A Prospect Of Society (Excerpt)

But where to find that happiest spot below
Oliver Goldsmith

Time Traveller

I never knew how far i could go..
Till i seen the road behind me.
Elizabeth Hathaway

The Fearful Traveller In The Haunted Castle

Oft do I hear those windows ope
And shut with dread surprise,
George Moses Horton

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