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The days of my Voyage

The days of my voyage!
Extraordinary gals
Spectacular places,
Diversity and races

I traveled for months
Got fascinated at once
In a time of isolation
In a place formed by other people’s imagination

I met some travelers on my way
We had some fun with a hey!
Talking and playing
Messing and breaking

I met a naughty man of my race
We are trying to solve a maze
He is so funny and cool
He is the clown of us all

The basics I have learned
But later on, I got dismayed
The mess some had done,
I got fixed and be gone

On my separation journey,
Some joined me
We met a man of a different race
With a different phase

We joined him in his walk
Got friends and more to talk
Sharing and caring
Giving and taking

The man of a different race,
Got all of us amazed
He is fantastic
and turns into gold the tragic

There is also a mysterious lady
Who somehow became my buddy
She is so cool
sometimes, she doesn’t care at all

In this voyage with other creations,
We found a fruit that I want every summer vacations
There is a man who became a dog
Weird but it’s funny though

Some love barbecues
Some, anything can do
Some will give you roses
I prepare ice creams for all causes

There is a gentle businessman
A leader who kinda cool
People who likes to cry
Person who always send food pics to tease

They are so many to describe at once
You'll need one whole day to read
One thing for sure!
I love them all!

Busy busy busy
Tirey tirey tirey
Funny funny funny
Crazy crazy crazy

The mysterious lady has the same pace
with the man of a different race
but whether you’re naughty or nice
Somethings can happen twice

Sharing and caring
Giving and taking
Talking and playing
Breaking and fading

Some things make you go silent,
Some makes you show your talents!
My voyage is a mixed
Until next time, hope it’ll be fixed!

For those who'll continue their journey,
For those who's a meany,
For those who had stopped the voyage,
All I can wish is Bon Voyage!

About this poem

The days of my Voyage is a poem written to commemorate the days of the author's journey. This is written with some symbolisms.

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Written on July 24, 2021

Submitted by Maepail on July 24, 2021

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