Course Navigation

Your life is a series of lefts and rights. Go that way, keep going…turn here, stop.

The artist picks the destination and decides when you’ve arrived. It’s done. They see life a certain way: life worth imitating through art, life worth sharing.  Someone has to lead you there, which takes nerve, because it’s possible no one has ever gone there before.

If you choose this route, you will get lost, go the wrong way, wonder why you even bothered. Or, you could just play it safe and stay close to home.


About pinklightsabre

William Pearse publishes memoir, travel journals, poetry and prose, and lives in the Pacific Northwest.
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4 Responses to Course Navigation

  1. Mike O. says:

    The five-way fork in the road has left three paths. By midnight, two will remain. Home is the last tine.


  2. I’m staying in neutral today, so I can roll any way the wind blows.


  3. Right, on, write on…


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