Category Archives: Poems about Travel


The Servant Song

THE SERVANT SONG Contributed by Ilse Kramer I have a favorite travel song. We sing it at Central every time new members join our Church. “Won’t you let me be your servant …” Here is the second verse: We are … Continue reading

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The Long Nowhere – Rose Dunlap

The Long Nowhere By Rose Dunlap The longer we go, We’re getting Halfway To nowhere. Rose Dunlap is now nine years old and busy writing poems in the third grade.

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Gedanken vor dem Einschlafen – Andrea Effert

Gedanken vor dem Einschlafen  By Andrea Effert Zeit rennt – ich renne hinter her… Unterwegs sein ist anders – gerne wuerde ich an-kommen…   Thoughts when almost Asleep Time runs – I’m running after it… Different to be on the way … Continue reading

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Travel’s End – May Grant

TRAVEL’S END By May Grant Travel’s never straight down the road and through the gate. But when I glimpsed your smile, your silver gift eclipsed the miles. Loosen your tie, slip off your glove. Wherever we land is home, my … Continue reading

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Russian Travel Routes – May Grant

Russian Travel Routes By May Grant At first, travel lines ran true. They paired up straight, across my spiral college notebook. “You can find 20 versions of the verb to go,” began my Russian teacher. Finally I could translate a … Continue reading

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