Where The Four Winds Blow

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    Where The Four Winds Blow

    I was up by early mornin'
    With the dew still on the lawn
    Had to make the open road
    Before the crack of dawn

    I headed for the southland
    And the Gulf of Mexico
    Searching for my destiny
    And where the four winds blow

    I saw the lights of Birmingham
    And the shores of Galveston 
    I trekked across the grasslands
    Then followed the setting sun

    From dawn to dusk I travel
    Never knowing where I'll go
    Ever seeking for lifes questions
    And where the four winds blow

    So many times I've wondered
    How the world turned out this way
    Why people seem to turn their backs
    And simply walk away

    As I walk this journey through life
    The seeds of friendship I'll sow
    As I search for understanding
    And where the four winds blow

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    REGINA2 commented on Where The Four Winds Blow

    10-26-2010

    Another great poem. I love all of your poems so far.

    iLuvPoetryJACOB commented on Where The Four Winds Blow

    01-24-2010

    A wonderful way of describing the winding path of life. A beautiful poem, earned a spot on my favorites. Nice poem, wolfie. A ten from me. --Natalie.

    lonewolf

    01/26/2010

    thanks so much for the comment. im glad you enjoyed it. will be stopping by soon to return the favor. blessings chuck

    earthly commented on Where The Four Winds Blow

    01-23-2010

    I like the feeling of freedom you cast upon the reader-I would love to travel too

    Marsink commented on Where The Four Winds Blow

    01-22-2010

    May His hand be on your shoulder as you travel wolf (and you're not alone) Great tempo and images to ponder on!

    themommyof2 commented on Where The Four Winds Blow

    12-10-2009

    Beautiful. Maybe some day people will learn that there will come a time when we can no longer turn away.

    If I feel physically as if the top of my head were taken off, I know that is poetry.

    Emily Dickinson (1830-1886) American poet.

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