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Short Voyage poem by Kileem Al Lishmiin| Details |


To Being
Lust for the Truth
Time shrugs and accepts growth

Short Voyage poem by Mark Halliday| Details |

Solar System Surfer

Solar sails are set--
Stores secured, status shows green.
Surfing Saturn's rings.

Short Voyage poem by Brian Strand| Details |


upon imagination's sea-

                           to solo sail,the world around,to see

Short Voyage poem by Esther Waringa| Details |

The Journey

Upon a chair he sat

His voyage he chart

And the day was set

Which the journey he would start

Short Voyage poem by James Fraser| Details |



Steaming out on her maiden voyage

Lifeboats bob chaotically in the screaming waters

Short Voyage poem by Alfred Vassallo| Details |




death in disguise

nothing will be achieved

a voyage of empty handed

in void.

Short Voyage poem by Poet Destroyer A | Details |

The Unknown

-"x+2 = 4"-

Enigmas of the soul
Do you know how it feels?

Never tasted before
Invisible Sun


Short Voyage poem by Wilma Neels| Details |

'My Opus'


your voice, my opus 

a voyage undertaken

musical tones</center>

19/05/2011... 13:33

Short Voyage poem by Warner Baxter| Details |

pirates on the sea






Short Voyage poem by Gerard Keogh Jr.| Details |

Bon Voyage.

We christen thee Titanic

unsinkable, gigantic.

but lack of options cost her.

First one: a good defroster.

Short Voyage poem by Muhammad Safa Thajudeen| Details |


I tried to find a way,


Air way,

Sea way,

Land way,

No,no ways,

To Norway!

VISA on my way!

Short Voyage poem by Melissa Gregg| Details |

Dew of Love

Silky shadow

Reminiscent of a rivers flow 

Delicious streams

Voyage into desire

Dulcet wind playing the dew of love

Short Voyage poem by Annalise Brigham | Details |


Mother Father kids

Brainstorm vacation voyage

Car railway or plane

Entry in Brian's "Poetry of the Noun-Haiku" Contest

Short Voyage poem by David William Breidenthal| Details |

The Vital Holy Day

Getting ready for
Passover to shed us might
For joyous future

The significance 
Of Gods holiday is way
More vital than us 

Short Voyage poem by Gregory Golden| Details |

Maiden Voyage


Oriole birds

Dip their wings

In holy water,

Before taking

Their maiden

Voyage across

The Sea of Galilee

Short Voyage poem by adelaja olayiwola| Details |

the voyage of life

  Journey  through  the world, 

     Is of two, golden  doors!

          Walk ing    through, 

            Is slim, too short!

Short Voyage poem by Russell Sivey| Details |

In a Forest

<center><b>In a forest I wander
Lost, bewildered, I trek on
At worlds edge, I see water
Beyond, voyage end</b></center>

Russell Sivey

Short Voyage poem by Jerry Stevenson| Details |

San Francisco Bound

San Francisco bound!

Go there and act like a clown!

You will fit right in!

The freakier the better!

The devils playground is there!

Short Voyage poem by Steven Henderson| Details |

Eternal Existence

Arising from the ashes a Phoenix unseen
Burn to a crisp has been all things unclean
Soaring to the heaven way up above
Left floating above is a fire tail of love

Short Voyage poem by Dave Collins| Details |

Freudian Patho Gen Pathfinders

In the PsychoSocioscheme of things we see;

The ID chooses the  Socio  Path
The EGO chooses the  Sym  Path
The SUPEREGO chooses the   Em Path
             all others choose the A Path

Short Voyage poem by Dane Ann Smith-Johnsen| Details |







Curious minds, college, voyage turns.

Reaper of facts, knowledge, forage learns.

© Dane Ann Smith-Johnsen

March 16, 2010

Poetic form: Tyburn

Short Voyage poem by christine a kysely| Details |

Blood Seeks Depths Within

blood seeks depths within

carries air on its voyage

round and round it flows




(February 7, 2011 Wausau, Wisconsin)

(c) Copyright 2011 by Christine A Kysely, All Rights Reserved

Short Voyage poem by bishnu bhusal| Details |

An Escort

donot  pluck those smiling flowers 

and  place them

upon this mortal self when 

darkness engulfs me.

Put me back in Her bosom

with a reminder that LORD 

be with me in my voyage to 

the other world.

Short Voyage poem by Arlene Smith| Details |

Ship In A Bottle

<center>my dream vacation</center>
<center>blue blanket, ocean water<center>
<center>ship in a bottle</center>

July 18, 2014
Contest: One Solo Epic Senryu or Haiku - In a Bottle -
Sponsor: Poet Destroyer A

Short Voyage poem by Wilma Neels| Details |

'Love - like a flower'



and appear

out of the blue,

mystery to some

but others embrace it

happiness not guaranteed

instead of enjoying the voyage,

we focus more on the conclusion

before it has a chance to bloom, it dies

Short Voyage poem by Sabina Nicole| Details |

March on

Simplicity rides,
Reflections whisper welcomes,
New terrains to voyage through,
Melted meadows chant
To the beat of hasty streams,
Beams of light dazzle the way.

By: Sabina Nicole
Written: 2-26-12
Contest:A Lil' Bit of Aus

Short Voyage poem by Gorlum Gorlum| Details |

Laundry: where do socks go

Where do socks go 
When the washer stops?
Where do they go 
When the washer stops?
Through the laundry mist 
They escape
One goes astray
And another lays motionless
In the laundry basket
Where do socks go
When the washer stop?

Short Voyage poem by Fabian Olesen| Details |

The Philosopher´s Madness

When one imagines

And one is in sadness

The time for madness

Will come like snow

Slowly growing larger

And one tends to depart

Into a voyage of the mind

To subseed into sorrow

And wonder if he´s life

Is madness, or madness

His life.

Short Voyage poem by Shane Cogan| Details |

Swan Lake

                                Engineless she lands
                                Late sun ripples indigo
                                Solo Proud lake swan


                                                 © Shane Cogan, September 2013 

Short Voyage poem by bishnu bhusal| Details |


Eyes shut

my mind surges through the ocean

vast,deep and magnanimous.

Unknown horizon devours us;

morbid desperation fades away

I breathe in eternal numbness

and abandon my roots.

Crimson hue veils me

Just us.

a ceaseless voyage begins.

Short Voyage poem by Daniel Towers| Details |

From The Lament of The Lucretian

Bear-away, Charlie,
Back her up!
She's filled to the rim like a saltwater cup.
Heat up her engines
Into the lee
Do you hear that sound?
All hands hoay!
Poor old Lucie's run a ground
Too late, Charlie,
Let it be.
There goes another man plucked by the sea...

Short Voyage poem by Samantha J Harrison| Details |

Warm to Touch

Warm the touch, gentle the breeze
Guiding the path on which we believe
Fortunes that encumber stand firm to tether

Consume my heart the flames that gather
Upward eyes stare at stars that surround
We blend to belong, hold back our disguise

Fold around endlessly entwined

Short Voyage poem by Luis Martinez-Rivera| Details |

The Life of a Land Lover

The journey of perilous seas-
a vessel so grand-
plunging into the darkest abyss-
eagerly searching as the house upon a rock-

Steering true through mutinies,
teetering on the brink of tipping!

Rallying, never to waver again!

Yet another voyage just dawning-forevermore!

Short Voyage poem by Shirley Gribble| Details |

All The Nice Girls

All the Nice Girls

I'd like to sail the Seven Seas

With seven sailors hearty,

Seven ports in seven days,

And seven nights to party.

My every wish would be fulfilled

For me by crewmates, seven,

And when friends ask me where I've been,

I'll say "in seventh heaven!"

Short Voyage poem by Miche Ulman| Details |

Charon's obol

In the shadow, behind the tree, 
on the meadow, bend your knee,
down the valley, up the stream, flat bedrock,
hear me scream, bellow the heavens, toward hell,
dark tunnel, wishing well; fellow traveler listen well,
no chance given, could you tell, 
on a knife-edge, head or tail?

Short Voyage poem by choning dorji| Details |


too much when life sails on her voyage

in beauty and grace of the flow of life

i fear if life is a beautiful drear

we lived so long in false concepts

my heart is a weak soul

and so are men in built up muscles

there is no greater humor in men 

than to hear him boast his strength.

Short Voyage poem by Michael Mccreadie| Details |


not of man,
but bear and salt,
legend and deep voyage,
ancestral water,
frost and voice.

Hail Caledonia!

and you,
in Scotia style
reveal words
in smoke and wood,
that breathed 
the same air as me.

for the return glance
its prayer
of time 
without consequence.

Short Voyage poem by jun-jun villanueva| Details |





gloom,vague,murky dusk
waves break silence - shout in frown
blinded twilight mask.

lengthy life's voyage
in Poseidon's world - guided
spotted stage - "LIGHTHOUSE".



*-* jun-jun villanueva

*-* "IN THE LIGHT OF HAIKU " contest

Short Voyage poem by Mirela Simic| Details |

a trip, a trap

sitting in sounds
sitting where nobody cares
and my thoughts voyage all alone again.

it's the old world
who came back to me,
slided your side while you were leaving.

but I love you for living away,
for now I know who you are.
as long as you try to come back,
as long as you never left me.

Short Voyage poem by jigyasa makkar| Details |


Standing on the crossroads

When a choice you make

The roads that go far

The voyage is at stake.

You could just stroll

You could procrastinate

Until you lose track

Lose faith in 'fate'

Walk a lane on whim

Cede to 'the unchaste'

Steer the ship yourself

Better you than Him to curate

Short Voyage poem by Mark Hansen| Details |

Successful Writer

Beginning voyage.

Cruel taunts of repeating meditate,

"Do I really have it?"

Finding out?

Step forth in the knowing.

Just a few dollars away,

Writing supplies at any Wal-Mart.



It only a pipe dream coming to a now end.


Most definitely in the poetry journey-

Short Voyage poem by Ph.d Volo Von Wolfenstein| Details |

Seaside Sorrow

The waves that break the shore

know no more than the sea, as

earth is taken with rocks broken

free, lost in the violent currents 

and sinkholes of time. 

      Here, life is taken

and brought to it's darkest hour

drowning, sand and water choke

surrounding sailors on the sea-bound 


Short Voyage poem by David Byrne| Details |


Awareness drifts in a pool of sinew, flesh, fat, muscle, cartilage, hair, nail, bone, sodden skin, fluid, bile, excrement, blood, swirling in the maelstrom; in its belly thought. 

Clarity forgotten, dissolved, flushed down the drain without Mercy. 

Bon Secours,

Bon Voyage.

©dbyrne June 2014 

Short Voyage poem by Kim van Breda| Details |


<center><em>follow me my love 

be free

as travels we resume

be strong

our bond- His lamp

be sure

tis but a voyage

we explore

precious memories

we create

Gods chartered map

we follow 

© November 2013Kim van Breda

(Written for my stressed husband as we leave for the USA tonight)

Short Voyage poem by Fritz Purdum| Details |

one person

woven into the threads of life

we lapse into one another

strain by strain we wiggle loose

shedding ourselves free

we are each ourselves and no other

alone we strive to belong

needling our way back into the blend

connected together by love and faith

security is a warm blanket

humanity is one person

Short Voyage poem by Brian Strand| Details |

Ahoy there


you take my hand

and voyage with me

upon this ship



you come aboard

and sail a sea

of uncharted waters,



you explore new sounds,

discover a place

unknown,with unique



you close your eyes,

let the canvas unfold,

and imagination pen..


Short Voyage poem by Andrew Crisci| Details |


Too awful was the fate of the beautiful and elegant Titanic,

it's last voyage to New York City proved to be very tragic...

it suddenly crashed into a gigantic iceberg and rapidly sank.

Many passengers waited for rescue on the ship's main deck;

only human courage can truly attest to the tale of the Titanic.

Short Voyage poem by Honestly JT| Details |

Lewis And Clark

They were Meriwether Lewis and William Clark,
Her name was Sacagawea.
On an expedition they did embark
Finding the passage to the sea.

Down the Missouri they traveled, 
Then slithered 'round the Snake River bend.
Rocky Mountain weather and sickness battled;
At the Columbia River they'd end. 

©2013 Honestly JT

Short Voyage poem by Ashley Cotton| Details |

I Will Walk

Point me to the way

And I'll start walking today

Smooth it out or lay it with rocks

Sure doesn't matter

My legs will still walk

My body won't turn

Nor will my mind flutter

My knees won't quiver

Or my lips stutter

I will stand proud and tall

For myself overall

I will walk...

I will walk...

I will walk.

Short Voyage poem by Gerry Mattia| Details |

Here it comes now

that soft sail
and the wind looks as if
its trying hard to breathe 
i have elements in me
a compass borrowed, for some sorrow i assuaged
my eyes upward and unfolding
over some wave i might beach
my cuffs are turned up
and arms are a reelin, in that wind I know 
is my kite yet to asail on this sea
coming for me

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