Time to travel

Suitcase packed
Tickets in hand
Ready to head off
To distant lands

Packing is done
The kids were no help
The dog bounces round
With a triumphant yelp

Weather checked
Adjustments made
Won’t let the weather
Ruin our day

Excitement mounting
Taxi due
Ready to see
Somewhere new

Horn from outside
We make a quick dash
Thrusting suitcases
Into the boot with a crash

The laden car lurches forward
With questionable stability
We glance at each other
Is this a liability?

Then over the horizon
Just out of reach
We finally get a view
Of that wonderful beach

Family together
Precious time
These are the memories
That will live in our minds



Originally written in response to:

Much Love.

KL

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23 thoughts on “Time to travel

    1. Thanks Geoff. Just inspired by Marsha’s travel prompt. Although we do have a few days in London booked in a couple of weeks time, so I’m excited for that. 🙂 KL ❤

  1. I’m ready to go too! I could picture the entire poem in my mind 🙂 Thank you for that imagery. I love the beach so much. Great use of my prompt too ❤

    1. Thank you so much for the kind comment. Haha, it’s always frantic, organised, chaos in my house when setting off on holiday. KL ❤

  2. You did a fabulous job of combining all those challenges, KL. Very talented – and I love the poem. 🙂 I love both of your quotes, too. that last one may become a permanent one for me.

    1. Thank you Marsha, I loved both quotes and couldn’t decide between them. I don’t always get time to join in all the challenges I’d like to so this seemed a good opportunity. 🙂 . KL ❤

      1. I know exactly what you mean, KL. Combining them is the way to go. You get close to people after a while, and you don’t want to let anyone down by not playing! But you have to live and breathe. I’m so glad you are finding a way to do that. Well done!

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