A Farewell Poem – by Faud & Linda

What a unique and great gift I received today from my talented friends Faud and Linda.

GREG’S ADVENTURE              

 One August day at the crack of dawn

When dew drops gleam on the cool green lawn

 A roaming bird prepares to fly

Crossing the plains, touching the sky.


From Fairbanks you will hear his call

To Fair Winds* near the southern pole.          *”Buenos Aires”


Greg wondered, but, deep down he knew

That he could make his dream come true.


One fateful day, our Greg did say

“Free as a bird, I’ll fly away


By motorbike with mighty roar

That echoes far on every shore


And wilderness where there’s no one

Except my engine on the run


From weary shifts and dull routina

To Buenos Aires,  Argentina!”


So when you hear that roaring sound

You’ll know that Greg’s somewhere around.


Goodbye, our friend, and all the best

No bird can fly who stays in nest.


We’ll keep the sirloin at the Keg

Until you’re back, our dearest Greg!

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2 Responses to A Farewell Poem – by Faud & Linda

  1. Steve says:

    Very nice poem. If I don’t get a chance to talk before Sunday. Have a fabulous time, be safe and enjoy. Let us know when you are near Peru– Machu Picchu calls…

  2. Leah says:

    I’m really impressed with the poem! Very cool.

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