Thoughts of ships on the ocean and new horizons seemed worlds away from my life in the city.
Lynne Osborne of South Pasadena has her eye on going places by plane rather than by ship. For Osborne, Steele's poem hits home because he "talks about an aspect of travel that is shared by so many of us. Stevenson's poem "had me at the opening lines," wrote food critic Mimi Sheraton of New York: The result is my life as a food and travel writer, rising and going in search of golden apples for six decades and still counting.
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Gillian Kendall of Holmes Beach, Fla. This poem combines beauty and sadness and travel, all of which I was just beginning to understand as a teenager. Several readers chose poems not because they describe particular destinations or ways to get around, but, as Carissa Green of Grand Forks, N. In the poem, Bishop might have been thinking about Green's "tension" when she asked: Picking up on a similar idea, Tim Lynch of Collingswood, N. Linda Alexander of San Pedro also thinks of home when she thinks of travel.
She chose the poem "Vagabond's House" by Don Blanding, explaining that it "speaks of the house its subject will build and fill with cherished items from travels. There are those who always daydream of future trips, whether they're in the middle of a current adventure or in an armchair surrounded by memorabilia — a bit like the speaker in Blanding's "Vagabond's House. Sarah Burns of Seattle wrote that one of her many favorite poems about travel is "May 2" by David Lehman "because it motivates me to immediately begin planning my next trip.
At the end of the poem, the speaker seems to jump into his own dream of being in Paris, crashing words together in anticipation, expressing a need to get moving like no piece of prose could:.
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Does that sum it up for those who are always imagining new trips? Or for those who are endlessly planning? Full text at bit. A Journal in Poetry" Scribner, The Great Wall of China is among the many far-flung images mentioned in Robert Louis Stevenson's "Travel," a poem irresistible to many.
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Rowing home to haven in sunny Palestine,. With a cargo of ivory,. And apes and peacocks,. Sandalwood, cedarwood, and sweet white wine. Soon, like passengers pushed into the sky, we get to these lines: When you're angry and frustrated,. I love this poem so much, I sent it to all my friends to show that I love them.
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This poem is really amazing. I look deep into your eyes but all I see are lies where there was hurt and suffering there's now a black hole of nothing. I've been dealing with depression for the past three years and suicide is a big thing for me. Thank you, this poem means a lot!
Ever mess up and can't fix your mistake? Only have one friend, cause they're too hard to make? Ever feel alone, by yourself in the world, sit in bed at night as your brain starts to twirl? Its a new day, filled with so many things whether they are good, bad, or in between. The measure of the moments spent and sometimes felt as if there is nothing to show for it reaps great and If I could catch a rainbow, I'd do so just for you So you could share its beauty On the days you're feeling blue.
God blessed me one sunny day. He sent me an angel from so far away To love and help me though all my woes, To guide and stand by me when I face my foes. I never thought that you will become the best in my life; you showed me that you care and when I needed you were always there to give what you can give. You never turned your back on me and I There are too many waterfalls here; the crowded streams hurry too rapidly down to the sea, and the pressure of so many clouds on the mountaintops makes them spill over the sides in soft slow-motion, turning to waterfalls under our very eyes.
But if the streams and clouds keep travelling, travelling, the mountains look like the hulls of capsized ships, slime-hung and barnacled. Think of the long trip home. Should we have stayed at home and thought of here? Where should we be today?
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Is it right to be watching strangers in a play in this strangest of theatres? What childishness is it that while there's a breath of life in our bodies, we are determined to rush to see the sun the other way around? The tiniest green hummingbird in the world? To stare at some inexplicable old stonework, inexplicable and impenetrable, at any view, instantly seen and always, always delightful? Oh, must we dream our dreams and have them, too?
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And have we room for one more folded sunset, still quite warm? But surely it would have been a pity not to have seen the trees along this road, really exaggerated in their beauty, not to have seen them gesturing like noble pantomimists, robed in pink. In another country the clogs would all be tested. Each pair there would have identical pitch. Or could Pascal have been not entirely right about just sitting quietly in one's room? Continent, city, country, society: