Wandering And Wondering - Poem by Rani Turton
Wandering from here to there and then there to there.
From being a being, thinking, feeling
A wanderer from here to there
From somewhere to anywhere.
The earth's dangers and daggers
Have often been planted
But the wanderer, from place to place
Has a heart that has been transplanted
With limbs that often can barely move
Tired, fatigued and hungering for love
Wandering, wondering, whatever and however
And trying not to feel too bad
Wandering and wondering,
Stumbling, befuddled, blundering
For reasons that are often fugitive
To live, to love, or to simply survive.
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