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The Traveler
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By Jane E. Pearce
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The Traveler

 

The carriage looked so grand,
no black crepe adorned,
passenger within
oblivious to it all,
carried by the wind.
The horses headed northward,
so sure of the road,
galloping along
with the feather load.
The trip is sure, and steady-
one you can't rescind-
a soul gets so heady
when it's carried by the wind.


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Submitted: Thursday, January 31, 2002

Last Updated: Tuesday, October 13, 2009

About the Poet
Hi!!-I am a retired RN,who loves genealogy, poetry,music, my family(two daughters and six grandchildren),a golfing hubby, who is a retired engineer. Born and grew up in upper NY state. Been in PA about 40 years. These years, life is pretty simple and enjoyable. Oh yeah-I adore the computer and the friends I've made on it.


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