Thursday, May 3, 2018

SchiZ (Lee-Ann Azzopardi) writes

Anderson CCCX

On a cold spring day
The snow gently cascades
From the blue sky
And I am stuck inside
With the solitude of a Sunday morning
As the warm coffee breathes through
My nose
The scent is comforting
Like the memory of yr embrace
But the pain that comes
From departing is
All I have to contemplate 
And the memories of our happiness
Are almost forgotten
As the agony slowly fades
The moment I forget about you
The better I'll feel
Image result for alone in kitchen paintings
 Girl in the Kitchen -- Anna Ancher

1 comment:

  1. The Central Coast Cyclocross Series (CCCX) is a group of bicycle races in California. Cyclocross consists of doing several laps on a short course (2.5–3.5 km / 1.5–2 mi) that features pavement, wooded trails, grass, steep hills, mud, gravel, sand, dirt, and obstacles that require the rider to dismount. The emphasis is on the rider's aerobic endurance and bike-handling skills. The race lasts 1 hour. Daniel Gousseau, a French private, inspired the first cyclocross races and organized the first French National Championship in 1902. The sport was further developed by journalist Géo Lefèvre, the man who originated the Tour de France in 1903 as a way of boosting the circulation of his daily newspaper "L'Auto" (the race leader's yellow jersey was adopted in 1919 to reflect the paper's distinctive newsprint). After 1910 Tour de France winner Octave Lapize attributed his victory to his off-season training in cyclocross, other countries began participating in the sport. Gousseau became the secretary-general of the Union Vélocipédique Française, the forerunner of the Fédération Française de Cyclisme which governs French cycling. The 1st American championship was not held until 1963 but was discontinued in 1969 then revived in 1975. One of the sport's leading racers is Elle Anderson.


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