Boondocks Land

“Boondocks Land”
In the end, “the Boondocks” did win,

though we all had our bearings on compass until then.

Paths drawn on maps, over highways

and bridges,

through the valleys

of mountain ridges.

But the map got a crack, in the crease,

from the folding and folding and folding again.

It happened from paths untrodden.

It happened from traces not traced.

It happened from

putting the map in your pocket,

and bending it opened again.

Maps do not belong in pockets.

They belong in hands.

Plans do not remain on hold,

they’re to be placed 

upon the land of Man.

So, the highway that we traced in pen

split open, in the middle,

from the rip in the bend.

And as a result,

there’s no feasible way

to travel/traverse

from point B

to point A.

The rift led us (both) to the Boondock Land. -clw 

5-21-11 

copyright: C. Ward 2017

– crickle-bot publishing

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