The Miles

“Running to him was real, the way he did it the realist thing he knew. It was all joy and woe, hard as diamond; it made him weary beyond comprehension. But it also made him free.”

-from Once A Runner, by John. L. Parker

 

“There was so little time to weigh this out, make ends meet.
You were a long distance runner, and I could tell by your feet.
And you had every step and change of rhythm worked out,
beat by beat.”

-‘Long Distance Runners,’ by Luke Slott

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"There is all this untouched beauty, the light, the dark, both running through me." -Over The Rhine
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