Peterffy Gyongyi

(Bethlehem, PA, USA)

The Traveler - Poem by Peterffy Gyongyi

The traveler always seeing
finds a part of his soul
in the landscape
discovering this, asks again the world once perhaps
was new
left behind experiences
to be gathered by traveling---- but still there yet remains undiscovered
tortuously eternally binding
attempting to overcome it----- this estate might become
the most beautiful
eternally leaving behind
unmoving irretrievably lost ----

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003

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