A Pantoum For The Mindful Poetry Contest

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No Place Like Home


We traveled the world both near and far
We relished the cultures and arts
But our own home town is deemed more dear
Ever anchored in our grateful hearts

We relished the cultures and arts
From Zanzibar to Anchorage we remember the sights
Ever anchored in our grateful hearts
We strolled by the Seine lit by sparkling gas lights

From Zanzibar to Anchorage we remember the sights
But the place we love most is our own little home
We strolled by the Seine lit by sparkling gas lights
And we zoomed through the ruins of ancient Rome

But the place we love most is our own little home
Where memories live on in our minds
When we zoomed through the ruins of ancient Rome
Yet it’s at home where the sun truly shines

Where the memories live on in our minds
In our own home town still so dear
Yes, it’s at home where the sun truly shines
Tho’ we traveled the world both far and near

 

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