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Maybe Later

Off the Beaten Track
By Adam Rehn

Series Description:

Sort shots of poetry 5 (or so) days a week.

Modern minimal poetry with a haiku twist.

Category: Poetry
Updated: Daily
Status: Ongoing



Author Bio For Adam Rehn:

Weird | Writer | Worrier | Wanderer

Adam Rehn writes minimal poetry and dabbles in longer poetry forms.

Currently residing in Adelaide, South Australia in a house very dissimilar from a small thatched writers hut - Adam is preoccupied with technology and communications, allowing a more spiritual side to flourish in minimal (usually Japanese inspired) poetry styles.

His writing can be found on twitter (@adamrehn) and medium with the occasional published poem found in the online senryu journal Failed Haiku.

Notes:

I wrote a longer poem based on the Title of this Poetry series. It's still a tad unpolished - enjoy!
 

Setting sun at my back
I go off the beaten track
I wonder what I can find
To take home within my mind

Walking through both day and night
Gasping breath - the will to fight
And finally, using all my might
Never dare forget the light

Waking on a summer day
Tired dreams make their way
To these words I write and say
Helping you to find your way







Series Description:

Sort shots of poetry 5 (or so) days a week.

Modern minimal poetry with a haiku twist.

Category: Poetry
Updated: Daily
Status: Ongoing


Author Bio For Adam Rehn:

Weird | Writer | Worrier | Wanderer

Adam Rehn writes minimal poetry and dabbles in longer poetry forms.

Currently residing in Adelaide, South Australia in a house very dissimilar from a small thatched writers hut - Adam is preoccupied with technology and communications, allowing a more spiritual side to flourish in minimal (usually Japanese inspired) poetry styles.

His writing can be found on twitter (@adamrehn) and medium with the occasional published poem found in the online senryu journal Failed Haiku.

Notes:

I wrote a longer poem based on the Title of this Poetry series. It's still a tad unpolished - enjoy!
 

Setting sun at my back
I go off the beaten track
I wonder what I can find
To take home within my mind

Walking through both day and night
Gasping breath - the will to fight
And finally, using all my might
Never dare forget the light

Waking on a summer day
Tired dreams make their way
To these words I write and say
Helping you to find your way