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Monday, June 20, 2016

The Well Traveled Man

He has traveled in the crowded bullet trains of Japan
And seen much of China the well traveled man
He has traveled in India and Pakistan
And been from Adelaide to Darwin on the famous Ghan
A man of the World he does not have a home
He has been to London and Paris and Rome
And he has seen the dangerous and feared crocodile
Basking in the sun on the banks of the Nile
He says he will travel until his dying day
He has been to Canada and the U S of A
Has been on a boat on the Amazon waters deep, wide and still
Flowing in the tropical rain-forests of wild Brazil
Only in his late twenties at the height of his prime
In him many years left of traveling time.
Francis Duggan
Topic(s) of this poem: travel
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