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Rated: E · Poetry · Travel · #2110446
A poem describing longing.
A thousand miles and more,
To the wheat and velvety plains.
A thousand miles and more,
Where wind, snow and hailweather reigns.
A thousand miles and more,
To the friends that I adorn.
A thousand miles and more,
To the rest of a heart which is torn.

A thousand miles and more,
Over seas and stormy wave,
A thousand miles and more,
The road one's mind will pave.
A thousand miles and more
Yonder lies the shore.
A thousand miles and more,
To the sights a heart longs for.

A thousand miles and more,
Through mud and silvery mist,
A thousand miles and more,
Where dawn won’t fade to dust;
A thousand miles and more,
To a land free for all to roam,
And yet a thousand miles more
Lays the land which I call home.
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