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Traveller

Traveller

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The beauty that contemplates the setting sun

Rejoicing hearts, sadness for some

A mixture of voices sweet and mellow

Come together like golden petals

A flower plucked from a distant tree

Separated, for a lonely traveller it has to be


Chimes of wind carry it to the waters

The journey restarts after a long wait

As it gets swept off by the shores

Rocks and gravels accompanying it

Making small talks at last for time to bid

Farewell, for a lonely traveller it has to be


Glazing sunrays give days of blue

Twinkling stars shine the night through

Clouds of grey stretch the darkness

A Millenium passes before it gets clear

The flower yet living seeking its way

Not far, just the horizon close to come

Limitless, for a lonely traveller it has to be


Resentment cannot stop its passage

As two of its petals split from the bud

The flower aims fuller to grow back in spring

It moves on, the water failing to make it soggy

Crossing the ravine where the sky meets the sea

Promising, for a lonely traveller it has to be


Soon the floral hue begins to fade

By that time it was too much late

Turning back only to find itself alone

Sorrowful gaze towards the horizon close to come

Unsure to make it there before autumn ends

Golden petals are all it desires now

Lifeless, for a lonely traveller it has to be


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