Wandering randomly

«I wandered lonely as a cloud

As William Wordsworth used to be

But my path was to sneak through the crowd

Instead on Nature focusing my plea.

Roaming crowdedly alone despite

Ignoring children’s childish plays

Admiring all that wonderful sight

Craving for possessing such beauty one day.

No matter how unknown places seemed hostile

Its beauty provided me an accurate way

Should I imagine the curve of your smile

As something sublime to pray?

For small streets can offer inspiration

Yet holding you in my bosom must be the greatest sensation»


3 pensamientos en “Wandering randomly

  1. This echoes two of my own poems, particularly, A Poem for Christmas, which begins
    I wandered,
    in a crowd,
    Amid bells of
    Christmas cheer,
    the hurried glug
    of festive beer,
    but the sentiment also echoes another poem, City of Thoughts, which looks at the contradictory involvement/detachment of the artist to his surroundings. I’m sorry I could comment in Spanish.

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