On My Way Back Home


The setting sun is turning

From white, yellow to sea-rose red,

As folks living in Eastern world

R still snuggling in bed.

I have amplified my strength

Three hundred times,

I have wished 2 be as novel as spring water

With No plotted crimes.

Over the past decades,

I have been holding my breath, appearing clever,

Now, I let go of my world

So that it rolls down the hill into the river.

On my way back home,

My attention waxes and wanes no more,

Follow the path from one to another,

I let the unsubscribed nature decorate my door.

*****

Return to the nature and be one in the universe is kind of reunion 2 me.

This is an entry 4 (Reunion) Writer’s Island

I also enter this piece for Monday Poetry Train Revisited:

http://mondaypoetrytrainrevisited.wordpress.com/2010/07/12/88-monday-poetry-train-revisited/

Happy Saturday!

😉 😉 😉

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32 thoughts on “On My Way Back Home

  1. I love the idea of being
    “as novel as spring water
    With No plotted crimes.”

    and this too:
    “Now I let go of my world
    So that it rolls down the hill into the river.”

    U R so refreshing to read! 🙂

  2. I too, like letting go of the world and letting it roll into the river. Coming back to yourself and to nature is certainly a reunion I applaud. Good poem.

    Elizabeth

  3. Reuniting with nature, something that is not often done for most people, is a wonderful idea. A great post, and an excellent take on the prompt!

    -Weasel

  4. I let the unsubscribed nature decorate my door…that is just beautiful!! What a powerful poem to remind us what’s important. Thanks Ji, you are so talented!! ~ Hugs x

  5. Good Lord! That was breathtakingly beautiful!! Nature sure has her way of bringing out the best in us!
    Kudos to her AND to you! 🙂
    Have a wonderfully bright week ahead!

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