Daily Prompt 2100: Running to the future


What does the Daily Prompt have to say today ?

“The language of the future: what will it be like? Write an experimental post using some imagined vocabulary — abbreviations, slang, new terms.

Photographers, artists, poets: show us FUTURE.”

Having recently relocated from sea level to an altitude over a mile high, my running has been a struggle. I’ve spent almost all of my runs for the past month wondering how much distance was left, where my next breath was coming from, or even if there would be a next breath. Today was different. For the first time since moving here, I felt the improvement to the point of getting lost in my thoughts and enjoying my surroundings. The future ? It’s determined by the small steps you make today.

runners (2) rgaw

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