Wisdom in Repetition, A (Running) Poem

When shoes are laced for running,

Feet find a repeat rhythm.

Whether pounding hard or lightly jogging,

Feet usher, led by wisdom.

 

Feet find a repeat rhythm

As if they ‘ready know

Their control; they power forward

Down miles roads bestow.

 

Whether pounding hard or lightly jogging,

The cyclic duty steady drives.

And feet may tire, maybe protest

But their nature ever thrives.

 

Feet usher, led by wisdom

Only training can attain.

With nerve and guts and firm resolve

To strike the road, repeat again.

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