The funny thing about running,
and not knowing where you're going,
is you most often get nowhere, but you're exactly where you wanted to go.
Sure, running away won't solve my problems,
but if I take a step back, I can see much more clearly.
So, tell me, if a step allows such clarity,
what if I look from a mile away?
Will I see that what I have been so worried about is smaller than I thought?
That, in the grand scheme of my life, it matters little?
So, I will run from my problems,
and then, once I have gained perspective,
I will charge at them, headfirst,
smiling as I fall into them.