Sauntering the Zest of Living

I travelled the sandy roads of the mud houses,
I travelled beneath the bridges, on the rivers.
The funny town with grumpy voice,
bewilthered me of rusty choice.
I gathered moss, I flattered the rose,
I travelled a lot, that no one knows.

I am tired today
No strength do I bear.
The scorching heat-
No drops of tear.
An oasis with calm and cold,
Came to me and hand my hold.
The caravans mocked, the rulers ruled,
The angels fell with Eve been fooled-
I knew the truth, I believed them too,
I lived the life as I grew.

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