walking uphill gives you perspective.
walking downhill makes you feel your back, and knees.
walking backwards takes trust.
walking in the street makes you appreciate people who pave.
walking in the moonlight there is always further.
walking in the starlight can mean you're stuck in love.
walking in the darkness is dangerous but you may
come across a fox.
walking in a city can make you hate people
or see them for the first time.
walking on trails makes you
think about moving stones.
walking on sand makes you grateful for ankles.
walking on water makes you a prophet.
walking on fire makes you quick.
walking through trees makes you
walking to figure out problems changes
how you think.
walking without a problem in the world
makes you sing.
walking and singing scares the birds away.
walking and listening to birds reminds you of your grandmother.
walking around your grandmother’s house
is a way of protecting your family.
walking away from your family’s house is hard.
walking to a friend’s house is always easy.
walking at work means
your feet and eyes have to move at the same time.
walking in Malden, smelling sweet popcorn of cremation, makes you
thankful for places other than Malden.
walking in the snow can give you a fresh start.
walking in the spring makes you want to have children.
walking in the summer means you like to sweat.
walking in the fall can help you accept endings.
walking on Rosh Hashanah, you can see the world for the first time, again.
walking on yom kippur can help you apologize.
walking with your brother makes you
listen to your brother.
walking by yourself makes you
fluctuate between where you are and where you are not.
walking where you are not is hard, let me know when you figure that out.
but walking where you are is something you can always, always do.