233 match(es) found in poems

The Foolish Traveller; Or, A Good Inn Is A Bad Home

There was a Prince of high degree,
As great and good as Prince could be;
Hannah More


Have you ever took
Your suitcase, all your
Teboho petrus ntaita

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

Lone Traveller

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

Prayer of Pan Cogito – Traveller

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

An old-fashioned traveller on the trade routes

I was sitting upstairs in a bus, cursing the waste of time, and pouring my life away on one of those insane journeys across London - while gradually the wavering motion of this precarious glass salon, that flung us about softly like trusses of wheat or Judo Lords, began its medicinal work inside the magnetic landscape of London.
.....The bus, with its transparent decks of people, trembled. And was as uniquely cremonious in propelling itself as an eminent Jellyfish with an iron will, by explusions, valves, hisses, steams, and emotional respirations. A militant, elementary, caparisoned Jellyfish, of the feminine sex, systematically eating and drinking the sea.
Rosemary Tonks

A Traveller

As a traveller
I can only speculate about
Rajesh Thankappan

The Gentle Traveller

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

The Fearful Traveller In The Haunted Castle

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

The Traveller

Oh, I came singing down the road
Whereon was nought perplext me,
Arthur Graeme West

What Sayest Thou, Traveller

What sayst thou, traveller, of all thou saw'st afar?
On every tree hangs boredom, ripening to its fall,
Paul Verlaine

Fond Memories Of The Irish Travellers

The wanderlust was in them and they moved from place to place
In their horse drawn gipsy caravans but they were a happy race
Francis Duggan

Night Traveller

Stars in the night sky,
Seek lonely night traveller,
spiritual seeker

[The weary Traveller, who tyred, sought]

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

The Unguided Traveller

Time is the one thing that heals,
As the traveller journeys through unknown worlds,
Music Galore

Two Travellers perishing in Snow

Two Travellers perishing in Snow
Emily Dickinson

The Traveller-Heart

<i>(To a Man who maintained that the Mausoleum is the Stateliest Possible Manner of Interment)</i>
I would be one with the dark, dark earth:--
Vachel Lindsay

A Lonely Traveller

O you lonely traveller!
Open the window,
spiritual seeker

Just Like I Traveller I Keep Passing

As a traveller, I keep seeing,
Passing through the hilly and wooded terrains,
Bijay Kant Dubey

What The Traveller Said At Sunset

The shadows grow and deepen round me,
I feel the deffall in the air;
John Greenleaf Whittier

travellers love

my love though we may be apart,
separated by the vast oceans blue,
Michael Stevens

Alone Traveller

I am an alone traveler
to pass through the universal life
ramesh rai

Ode on a Traveller

In a slanting glory, the yellow rays
Streams in like an affectionate lass
Indranil Bit

The Traveller; or, A Prospect of Society (excerpt)

But where to find that happiest spot below
Oliver Goldsmith

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