Road Trip

Road Trip

A Poem by Christopher 'Windstorm' Kells

Road Trip



By Windstorm Kells ©2012




Abandon ye hope to all who enter

Not a long face in hopeless abandonment

Surety of excitement to follow

A road trip of epic propulsion

Vestige of trees with a hollow center

Round peg square hole seen and meant

 Others lightning struck burned hollow

Prestige, honor stand tall Redwood nation




Waves caress sands thru forever

Ebb and flow upon the ledge shallow

Hunting black sands for rare hell-bent

Giggles mist happy banter




Footprints washed away in a fever

Echoes of laughter in branches bellow

A journey thru a monster tree, merriment

Marvel’s of ancient beings of pacification

Colors imbue thru storms of winter

Serenity flows with forgivement

Raw nature pulled from the ground, swallow

What a pleasant non-fiction




© 2012 Christopher 'Windstorm' Kells

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Added on April 5, 2012
Last Updated on April 5, 2012


Christopher 'Windstorm' Kells
Christopher 'Windstorm' Kells

Eugene , OR

As the wheel of time goes ever on, we change we learn and we shine, i am thankful this year for many reasons, i am 35 this year, so i look forward to an exciting year, with new friends, old acquainta.. more..