Let Me Travel This Road Again
Let me away from the worldly doom,
Visit and rekindle my past.
Lay thy hands on the solitary loon,
For the time's approaching really fast.
Let me sit by the riverside,
Where the sunbeam jives on the morning dove.
Let me hear the singing birds,
Who never put a price tag on love.
Let me sit on the moony lace,
And brush the snow off my nose.
Let me thank each drop of dew,
Each butterfly, every flower of rose.
Let me live each moment of life,
Every bit of life that went in vain.
Oh almighty give me a chance,
To travel this road once again.
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I dedicate this poem to my wife Mansi. We were born and raised on two different continents. Destiny united us through our shared interests in poetry, music, nature, and spirituality. This poem is the reflection of an old man who spent his life chasing ambitious goals and forgot to enjoy the little pleasures of life. As he looks back, he asks for an opportunity to live his life all over again so that he can obtain true happiness and peace. I hope this poem resonates in every heart and makes us appreciate the blessings of existence upon us. God bless you!