If you travel far away by train;
or charter a jumbo-jet airplane.
Even if you escape in cold rain,
you still bring along your pain.
If hiking the Andes on a trip;
alpacas and llamas never slip.
Tour a fjord by canoe or ship;
or bike trail if you’re too hip.
Traversing a valley by horse;
Riders must hold on, of course.
You can’t control life by force.
We must consider the source.
In every mode of human travel;
from paved road to dirty gravel.
Our journey of justice unravels;
not by death, but judge’s gavel.