Daily Archives: June 2, 2013

“Halt, who goes there?” photo inspiring my concrete poem

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Halt, who goes there?

“Halt, who goes there?” photo inspiring my concrete poem

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Runner’s roadkill

Originally posted on The ancient eavesdropper:
Endurance, composure under strain, durability forged from pain. The beast, the runner inside, muscles past discomfort, mental focus straight ahead – only two yellow lines on black pavement. Steady pace, calm lungs and legs,…

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Down the rabbit hole

Originally posted on The ancient eavesdropper:
Let your mind just slip away, before the steps collapse. Rearrange your perspective — tilt it to the sideways, downhill slide of a mountain roaming up and down. Never let tired eyes relax because…

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