We Walked this Way (for my son): Poetry by Lance Giroux

Cresting hills
	Are what became of
		Song filled valleys 
			Where we strode
We walked this way
Goodbyes unspoken
        We’d never know
        Just “HELLO” and
“What you know”
We walked this way

Wasting time
Not our mind
Second guessing
Not our kind
We walked this way

The Darkness
Between us
Our road
The Love 
We shared 
Our abode
Not a crime
We never 
Wondered “Why?”
	Left that behind
			As Dylan 
			In every song
	Short or long
	Doesn’t matter 
We walked this way
Lance Giroux

Lance Giroux was born in a remote Arizona mining town. He served in the Army until 1977. Post military he began working with individuals, businesses, government agencies, and schools - assisting in effective communication, service, and leadership. In 2000, he began to understudy and be mentored by the American author George Leonard – the award-winning editor of Look Magazine. The arrangement demanded international travel. While he traveled, he wrote and documented what he saw, felt and learned - www.alliedronin.blogspot.com. In 2017, Lance bought a cabin near Cobb Mountain and moved. In 2019, he opened Aikido of Konocti in order to serve Lake County with the philosophy and practices of Aikido, a Japanese martial art. He travels less. He enjoys the forest, a place where he can slow down, listen, practice ... and write.

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