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It’s been a while 
But I’ve been here before
The winding road that
Wants to show me something more

It takes me down the scenic route
It wraps around the wildflowers
The looming willows
Desert mountains and the
Breathing ocean shore

Up mountains 
to see what’s not been seen,
Each crevice I touch from pole to pole
I explore where no one’s ever been
Every inch of every back road in your soul

I know that
Here is not where I belong
I knew at once when I arrived
What would happen if
I stayed too long

I will miss the
Winds that made me laugh
The valleys that made me cry
The desert sun 
That made me love
And the man that said goodbye

Copyright © Dana Smith | Year Posted 2022


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Date: 7/16/2022 1:53:00 PM

This is beautiful and expressive, Dana, especially the ending. Luckily you are not taken in by what you hear and have been there before! ~ Regards // paul