sat, ran


run one
(plus one)
(plus one)
……………..{miles}

;
write none
(cuz life’s too fun to click and clack.)

hit the track. {go for three}
watch the sun.
listen to the trees.
toast. play.

tomorrow is another day. and that muse’ll come back.

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3 Responses to sat, ran

  1. Waltermarks says:

    For sure, my muse has to be rested. I can’t do creative writing more than once a week and get satisfactory results. I wonder if anyone else has that same prob. Jogging sounds like a great outlet

  2. Plum says:

    I like picturing that “plus one, plus one” might mean you’re presently pregnant with twins. ~Also the reference to Click Clack Moo. Then that strangely placed semicolon makes me see “wink-write none.” … The “hit the track” line makes me really miss those great shock-absorbing rubber tracks around football fields, which makes me miss home (and high school).

  3. Plum says:

    Oh, and the hilarious notion of “running” while sitting on one’s butt, just scooting along. 🙂

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