Lawyers Road Review

The Lawyers Road Review. Video and theme song, by Ford Giesbrecht 

Refuge in the Road, a poem by Mark T. Patterson II

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There is refuge in the road

A diplomacy for the mind

A going, and a getting away

A task and a respite.

 

There is refuge in the road

The engine roars to life

And we accelerate

out of the ordinary.

 

There is refuge in the road

The hills and valleys roll past

The sky opens before us

And we hurl into the new.

 

There is refuge in the road

We glide to a stop

At some lonesome turn

And contemplate Gods country.

Refuge in the Road, a poem by Mark T. Patterson II

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5 thoughts on “Lawyers Road Review

  1. Not sure if you aware of this, but when you comment on my site, direct clicking your user name “Mark Patterson” directs me to your Old blog site. You should comment on other blogs as LawyersRoad if you want to get more traffic to your site.

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  2. Near the end of The Wizard of Oz Dorothy is supposed to board a balloon with the Wizard to travel back to her home in Kansas. Some misfortune occurs and the balloon slips its moorings early, carrying the Wizard away without Dorothy..

    The crowd calls out to him, “Come back, come back!” and he replies “I don’t know how it works”.

    Experience, I don’t know how it works.

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