June 30, 2012 6

Invisible Trails

By in Poetry

Follow the invisible paths
Walk upon the high places
The sides of mountains
The edges of planters along the road
And when the trail gets too narrow to walk
Keep your knees bent
And your feet light
And your eyes on what calls you
And dance along its dangers

6 Responses to “Invisible Trails”

  1. Jared Angaza says:

    I always want to dance along the dangers of what calls me.

    Thank you for this beautiful reminder. It’s a profound piece of art (much like your life).

  2. James A. Pearson says:

    Thanks brother. I’ve watched you dance along those dangers a few times! Keep dancing.

  3. Tyler says:

    Well said, James.

    I’m told that the Razor’s Edge is a good read (http://www.google.co.za/search?sugexp=chrome,mod=12&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8&q=razors+edge). Have you read it?

  4. Christina says:

    what potent words to wake up to. thanks james! big peace, c

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