Just Go

Knowing the direction the map in your eye the
path before you behind you…a part of you
that becomes the movement you aspire to, the
motion desired all gathered a storm ready to
rain down the intent the meaning the life

Knowing is a small detail a very small event
in what we call being/living/having/seeing yet
it becomes a crutch we use to prop up our
less than accurate intentions toward an actual
and meaningful ending

Knowing is the “can’t” that we believe
Knowing is the “don’t” that stops us
Knowing is the “won’t” that we all see
knowing is the “aren’t” we all become

Knowing gets in the way of being in the sense
that knowing is not (nor can it ever be) being…it
is something else something immovable once
installed once planted taking root growing under
walls and sidewalks breaking foundations

Knowing is an end too many times…but no no no
when it needs to has to really can be the beginning
the upward the soaring notion that where we are
is always before something, not after not an after-
thought in the aftermath

Knowing is the “can’t” that we believe
Knowing is the “don’t” that stops us
Knowing is the “won’t” that we all see
knowing is the “aren’t” we all become

Knowing sometimes is too much is too hard is not
what we need when we need to know how to stop
knowing…when going feeling doing and being are
what we need…when we find ourselves paralyzed
by knowing too much

Knowing is an impediment wall barrier if we believe
that it is enough when the real difficulty of being lies
not in doing but in the hazard of feeling that just
knowing reaching that level may be enough when
knowing is never never never enough

when knowing is the “can’t” that we believe…just go
when knowing is the “don’t” that stops us…just go
when knowing is the “won’t” that we all see…just go
when knowing is the “aren’t” we all become…just go

Just go

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