TRAVEL POEMS

Amnesiac
No use, no use, now, begging Recognize!
There is nothing to do with such a beautiful blank but smooth it.
Name, house, car keys,

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Sylvia Plath

Love's Vicissitudes
AS Love and Hope together
Walk by me for a while,
Link-armed the ways they travel
For many a pleasant mile -
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Robert Louis Stevenson

Death Of An Old Carriage Horse
I was a harness horse,
Constrained to travel weak or strong,
With orders from oppressing force,
Push along, push along.
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George Moses Horton

The Pathway Of The Living
The pathway of the living is our ever-present care.
Let us do our best to smooth it and to make it bright and fair;
Let us travel it with kindness, let's be careful as we tread,
And give unto the living what we'd offer to the dead.
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Edgar Albert Guest

The Ballad Of The Carpet Bag
Ho! Darkies, don't you hear dose voters cryin'
Pack dat carpet bag!
You must get to de Poll, you must get there flyin';
Pack dat carpet bag!
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Banjo Paterson

Swallows Travel To And Fro
SWALLOWS travel to and fro,
And the great winds come and go,
And the steady breezes blow,
Bearing perfume, bearing love.
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Robert Louis Stevenson

To The Lady In The Electric
Lady in the show case carriage,
Do not think that I'm a bear;
Not for worlds would I disparage
One so gracious and so fair;
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Edgar Albert Guest

If A Tree Could Wander
Oh, if a tree could wander
and move with foot and wings!
It would not suffer the axe blows
and not the pain of saws!
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Mewlana Jalaluddin Rumi

Ch 02 The Morals Of Dervishes Story 42
Listen to this story how in Baghdad
A flag and a curtain fell into dispute.
Travel stained, dusty and fatigued, the flag
Said to the curtain by way of reproach:
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Saadi Shirazi

Faute De Mieux
Travel, trouble, music, art,
A kiss, a frock, a rhyme-
I never said they feed my heart,
But still they pass my time.
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Dorothy Parker

Kangaroo Power
NOW, Yankee inventors can beat a retreat,
And German professors may take a back seat,
For their colours weâ??re going to lower:
Theyâ??ve invented a wonderful plough in the West,
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Henry Lawson

To The Not Impossible Him
How shall I know, unless I go
To Cairo and Cathay,
Whether or not this blessed spot
Is blest in every way?
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Edna St. Vincent Millay

Tell Me
“Traveller, what lies over the hill?
Traveller, tell to me:
Tip-toe-high on the window-sill
Over I cannot see.”
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George MacDonald

From â??the Soulâ??s Travellingâ??
God, God!
With a childâ??s voice I cry,
Weak, sad, confidinglyâ??
God, God!
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Elizabeth Barrett Browning

January Morning: Suite 01
I have discovered that most of
the beauties of travel are due to
the strange hours we keep to see them:

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William Carlos Williams

On The Wedding Of An Aeronaut
Aeronaut, you're fairly caught,
Despite your bubble's leaven:
Out of the skies a lady's eyes
Have brought you down to Heaven!
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Ambrose Bierce

On The Wedding Of The Aeronaut
Aeronaut, you're fairly caught,
Despite your bubble's leaven:
Out of the skies a lady's eyes
Have brought you down to Heaven!
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Ambrose Bierce

I Cannot Be Known
I cannot be known
Better than you know me

Your eyes in which we sleep
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Paul Eluard

The longest day that God appoints
1769

The longest day that God appoints
Will finish with the sun.
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Emily Dickinson

To Death
Thou bidst me come away,
And I'll no longer stay,
Than for to shed some tears
For faults of former years;
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Robert Herrick

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