Alexander Romanov

Rookie - 0 Points (23/02/1989 / Russia - Moscow)

A Lonely Traveler - Poem by Alexander Romanov

Who will love a lonely traveler
Who traveled far & seeks some rest
I will, said the old tree
My leaves shall shade you from the sun
So you can sleep
And all your darkest secrets
For you I shall keep

Who will take pity in his heart
And who will feed a starving traveler
I will, said the serene lake
For in my unfathomable waters
I have plenty of fish
So eat & drink my friend
As much as you wish

Who will love a lonely traveler
And who will remember his name
I will, said the earth
For all I created returns on to me
From dust were you made
And dust you shall be

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, February 11, 2007

Poem Edited: Wednesday, January 12, 2011

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