Here, There, Everywhere

Here, there, everywhere
We walk for miles without a care
When will we know when are there?
Here and there and everywhere

Him, her, you, me
Let voices ring; let us flee
How long before we are free?
Him and her and you and me

Yes, no, maybe so
There are some things we’ll never know.
Who are we and where will we go?
Yes and no and maybe so

Loving, laughing, living learning
Fuel is what keeps fire burning
Is love what makes the world keep turning?
Loving and laughing and living and learning

Here, there, everywhere
We walk for miles without a care
When will we know when we are there?
Here and there and everywhere





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b_arnold22 said...
Jan. 19, 2010 at 3:37 pm
I love the stanzas in this, and how each one begins and ends the same, but at first they are written with commas, and then joined together with "ands". Its like after you write about each topic, like "him, her, you, me" they all get united into "him and her and you and me". That's how I think about it after reading each verse. It is really a lovely poem. (And you had great rhymes, too.)
 
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