Travel, I may

Travel, I may,

To places,

Gaining knowledge,

Meeting new people,

Observing cultures,

Collecting anecdotes,

Relishing cuisines, I shall,

All would be futile,

I would still be,

On a wild goose chase,

If I fail to reign in,

And master contentment,

That lies deep within.

44 words.

Acknowledgements :- Written in response to dVerse Challenge hosted by Kim. Thank you Kim for running the challenge and providing the prompt word for Quadrille # 96. The challenge is to use the prompt word – “Wild” and write a poem in exactly 44 words. For rules please refer here. Thank you all for stopping by and reading.

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