Date a Girl who Walks

Date a girl who walks

Solitary walks on rough terrain

Summer sun beating down on her

Not afraid of muddy boots in rain.


She’ll never run out of stories to tell

Isolated discoveries on solitary walks

Keen observer of the universe

She’ll let you be the first to talk.


As she saunters on, in harmony with nature

Or a song already stuck in her head

When Pink Floyd say “Wish You were Here”

You’ll know who she was thinking of then.


She’s not perfect, no one is

She might have taken a wrong turn or two

But it takes patience to be lost, then found

She will be patient with you.


But, what’s the fun of knowing one’s way?

Get lost somewhere, no maps, no signs,

And when you find each other again

The road will have showed you why.


Date a girl who walks

Kiss her tired feet at the end of the day

Tell her your story at the dale she just discovered

You will never be the same.

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20 thoughts on “Date a Girl who Walks

  1. Abhinav says:

    Reblogged this on Abhinav's Blog of Reblogs.

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  2. This gave me shivers. Beautiful.

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  3. johncoyote says:

    I agree. Long walk with a girl who love nature and life. No better place to be. A amazing poem.

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  4. johncoyote says:

    Reblogged this on johncoyote and commented:
    A beautiful poem. Please read and enjoy the work of the outstanding writer.

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  5. andysmerdon says:

    Made me smile. Thanks for sharing 🙂

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  6. Oh, this is almost so beautiful! I really love it! 🙂

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  7. seanbidd says:

    To all the time and places, where untethered roads reside, but there’s not a road to be seen.

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  8. Reblogged this on Clips & Snippets and commented:
    Good advice.

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  9. Ronit says:

    Each walk reveals a new side of humanity, a new plot, a new story, or the old stories rekindled………a formidable enemy to
    monotony!

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