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Fluid motion

In one fluid motion the river runs five minute miles while my feet flounder on land. Advertisements

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Running

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My heart & feet beat down the street — legs & lungs churn & burn — fists uppercut the air — miles fly by & I feel alive running.

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Running

My heart & feet beat down the street — legs & lungs churn & burn — fists uppercut the air — miles fly by & I feel alive running.

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Flood of silence

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In the winter months we sit immersed by a flood of silence — dormant thoughts germinating beneath the surface.

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Runner’s roadkill

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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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Two month anniversary appreciation & award acknowledgements!

First, I’d like to apologize for my tardiness in thanking the last three bloggers who nominated me for blogging awards.  So, without further ado, here is a BIG THANK YOU to: Emily Anne at Unkilleddarlings for nominating me for the … Continue reading

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Poetry at goalie

I go for a run, it’s sunny in the upper seventies, my stride slices across fresh greens atop the soccer field so effortlessly effervescent, after four miles, my pace sputters, shoes tongue tied, in my sunglasses glare I spy sparrows scattering … Continue reading

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