A fit(ting) poem for this last day of National Poetry Month

Most will welcome tomorrow, and May, as a change from this very unusual and cruel-for-many month of April 2020.

April also claims more than a few National Day and Month titles – like Earth Day and National Poetry Month.

Instead of offering my very own, honorary PG+ limerick today;. I share a wonderful and fit(ting) haiku from Dr. Michael Joyner, whom I quote in KABOOMER:

“Run a lot of miles
Some faster than your race pace
Rest once in a while”.

A simple and elegant theme for our KABOOMER bedrock of STAMINA for Stayin’ Alive.

Yes?

Be well and move to sweat, a lot!

 

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