Santiago

Santiago

A Poem by YouoweYoupay
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The Sheppard felt no guilt in his soul

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In his Simpleness and awe for all that is alive,

He was richer than the merchants

Or their decorated wives.


He headed no warning 

but that of the sinking sun,

True, he owned no meadow

Nor a fondness for anyone,


Still his treasure was found best

In the grandness of his strolls,

And when he'd rest his head he felt,

No heaviness in his soul,

No coins or a lover he might have forsook

No property apart from his sheep and his crook

And one worn out, candidly inspiring book.


© 2016 YouoweYoupay



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I enjoyed this poem. Nice flow of thoughts led to proper ending.
"No coins or a lover he might have forsook
No property apart from his sheep and his crook
And one worn out, candidly inspiring book."
A inspiring book. A honored place for the most of us. Thank you for sharing the amazing poetry.
Coyote

Posted 6 Months Ago


I like this so much because it shows you can find true happiness in simplicity, minimalism and awareness. Wanting more will leave a person insatiable.

Posted 6 Months Ago


Lovely write,enjoyed it so much;-}

Posted 1 Year Ago


One of my favorites of yours. They just keep getting better! Loved it so much! It's great to see how much people can be content with. The simplicity of life is as grand as the rest! Absolutely loved this poem! To my shelves it goes!

Posted 1 Year Ago


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