Wayfarers

“The moon was a ghostly galleon, tossed upon
cloudy seas; the road was a ribbon of moonlight
across the dusty moor; and the highwayman came
riding, riding up to the old inn door.”

– fr. The Highwayman, Alfred Noyes

WAYFARERS
(Light verses lighten load on the road.)

we are but all wayfarers
passing through as the gypsy
we travel on as drifters
and move through life so busy

sometimes the trip is dreary
when the road gets very rough
at times we feel so weary
when things get to be so tough

a thing that keeps us going
is the company of friends
they make journey less boring
despite all the odds and ends.

(between
origin and destination
is road.

between
wanderer and wayfarer
is load.)

– mode
is between
road and load.

(c) 2002 Chito L. Aguilar

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