But Only On The Road

The waking up part took a while.

So many perilous side streets, and little time to realize that waiting somewhere as yet out of sight on every one, was a path back into misery.

All were traveled in a state of vulnerability, in bare feet.

Waking up took so long, there was only an hour of morning left, and almost everything important had passed away by then.

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