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I've missed you run before dawn (Read 108 times)

    I've missed you run before dawn. It's been a while.

     

    With the first steps out the door I see that rusty dot of Mars. Turn the corner to see a sliver moon and brilliant Venus.

     

    A mile later past the marsh I hear a screeching and with the first light I see it's a big owl in the top of the tree, trying to scare up one last meal.

     

    Pulling back toward home with the dawn light it's me and the birds and a few other joggers.

     

    I've missed you run before dawn. It's been too long.

     

     

     

     

      Is that a poem? Very nice imagery. I've though of writing haikus while running about things I see. Would give me something to think about rather than how tired I feel!

      "My dear, here we must run as fast as we can, just to stay in place. And if you wish to go anywhere you must run twice as fast as that.” 

        Is that a poem? Very nice imagery. I've though of writing haikus while running about things I see. Would give me something to think about rather than how tired I feel!

         

        Just mental notes of what I saw on my jog the other morning.

         

        I used to jog more. These are the kind of things I find that I miss the most, and why I've always really loved September for jogging. It's too hard to get up at 4 am in July, but more reasonable to get out the door at 5:30 am in September.

         

         

         

         

        LedLincoln


        not bad for mile 25

          Well, I have indeed been enjoying the sight of the planets and the moon the past few weeks.

          Beware of a tall blond man with one black shoe.

          DavePNW


            I totally dread the mornings getting darker every fall. As well as the adjustment for Daylight Savings Time in the spring, just when mornings start to get light again. I would much rather run in daylight than darkness. I thought this was the case for most people. It's safer, and you don't have to mess with lighted vests or headlamps.

            Dave

            LedLincoln


            not bad for mile 25

              See below.

               

              Well, I have indeed been enjoying the sight of the planets and the moon the past few weeks.

              Beware of a tall blond man with one black shoe.

              keeponrunning


                I don’t mind it dark in the mornings so much but I find it harder to get out the door when it’s dark when I get home from work.