Homeward Bound

Homeward Bound

I’d been in California with him too long.
Tired of the lies, drugs, pain.
I sat at the overlook in San Bernadino,
thinking of the Appalachians,
soft, damp breezes, hardwood forests,-
HOME.
He was asleep-passed out
when I got back to the cabin.
Good, I thought,no hard goodbyes.
I packed the few things I cared about,
started the engine of my old van
and watched the dust behind me.
Homeward bound.
Was that a song, a book?
Didn’t matter-the sun was to my back,
pushing me eastward-
to peace, to healing, to welcoming arms.
All I had to do was stay on I-40
until I could breathe again.

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19 Responses so far »

  1. 1

    Sandra Bennett said,

    Love it !!

  2. 3

    billgncs said,

    a poem of resolve… nicely done

  3. 5

    hey this is really nice,so natural and serene. Keep up th gud work. Another thing i wanted to ask was i am recent on wordpress how do i get people to read my blog( ok plz u can doi it too, if u want)

    • 6

      beebeesworld said,

      Thank you for your support-I will look up your blog and follow it-how you will follow mine. unfortunately, I am not to great on blog advise. The thing that has worked for me almost too well the past few weeks is to join groups of bloggers who publish other bloggers works, encourage supporting each other, offer contests, etc. I get more email now than I can handle and still thirst for more. May I ask how you found m? Then perhaps I can direct you to some of the sites that have helped me lately. It takes time, writing lots of blogs, pestering people on Facebook, patience….beebee

      • 7

        oh, i know patience is very imp and i found u cause i like reading poems and i myself wrote but it takes at a lot of courage to write it publicily. I used to stick to my journal and btw i am plain lazy.I saw the name of the blog and then the poem was so natural and from within so i liked it . And thanx for whatever u could help me with , beleive me its encouraging and a great help.

      • 8

        beebeesworld said,

        I keep a journal for my son-i have always had diaries and journals-and you are so right-it is scary to “put yoourself out there” and let others read your innermost thoughts. beebee

  4. 9

    Karmic Diva said,

    a powerful message…love it

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  7. 13

    Arlene Britt said,

    I enjoyed this. Blessings…

    • 14

      beebeesworld said,

      thank you, Arlene, do you have a blog? I had trouble finding it. I hope you will follow mine if you aren’t already, Perhaps I have the blog under a different “name?”

  8. 15

    Ben jij al bekend met mobiel internet? Tegenwoordig kun je overal vandaan je e-mail lezen, op facebook met vrienden chatten en genieten van alle mogelijkheden die het internet nog meer te bieden heeft. Check daarom nu snel op mobiel internet voor een abonnement of prepaid abonnement wat bij jou past.

  9. 17

    cherylmoore said,

    Beautifully written and inspiring.


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