Run Like a Girl
Run as fast and far as the menBut be sure to stay out in the open. Carry pepper spray or an alarmTo keep your health and keep from harm. Turn down the music, keep wide, clear eyes, Suspect all footsteps and passerby’s. Go only in the broad light of day;Brave the heat; it’s the safest… Continue reading
From a Moonlit Run
Along with you I now will wax poetic, As you cast your spell upon this bleak canalRevealing the beauty of the beaten trail,Rendering me, in the truest sense, lunatic. A reluctant runner, no—I am no more;I am again a huntress as of old. I dash about, bright, brazen, beaming, bold:Forgotten fancy, myth of maiden lore.… Continue reading
Running as Active and Imaginative Practice
I think the main reason that people hate running isn’t necessarily that it is strenuous but that it is dull. The reason that I am a decent runner, after all, is the same reason it is basically boring; all it entails is starting and not stopping. It’s as simple and mundane as that. When we… Continue reading
Cross Training: A Lenten Reflection
I am a runner and, although I’m not going to win for speed any time soon, I am satisfied in my steadily-increasing pace. As odd as it sounds, I credit much of this consistency to my shoes. A devout patron of Brooks, I am more than a little happy with my pairs of their “Ghost”… Continue reading
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