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Consume Experiences: Bitten by curiosity

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I HOPE TO ENCOURAGE YOU TO PAUSE FOR A MOMENT,
ADMIRE THE CLOUDS, CLIMB THE MOUNTAIN, GAZE AT THE STARS,
TRAVEL TO THE DESTINATION YOU HAVE ALWAYS WANTED TO VISIT,
OR JUST GET OUT TO EXPLORE YOUR OWN BACKYARD.

Consume Experiences: Bitten by curiosity

Jlynn Frazier

I returned from Iceland in mid-October and came across Erinne Magee’s poem Bitten. I saw myself and my recent two week trip in Iceland weaving in, through, and around the words. I spent two weeks with Jared hitting the road with a general goal: cover the Ring Road and have an epic adventure. Each morning we awoke in the back of our little white van, toppled into the front seats, cranked the heat to take off the chill, and set out anew each day to see where our sense of curiosity would lead. A feeling of home and comfort on the road in Iceland as I have found exploring my home state of Maine, USA. 

Bitten
By: Erinne Magee
(Re-published from Fifteen Second Poet with permission)

Direction is meant
to guide us ... but
what if getting lost
feels more like home
than the dots
on a map do?
Maybe we need to stop
yearning to be anchored
and realize there isn’t
a compass in the world
that will keep us from
the unmarked trails or
city lights;
the uncombed beaches or
bumpy roads ...
we are the seekers of stars
and gatherers of light.
We go to learn and
we come back to rest...
Direction is for those
whose shoes
aren’t yet laced
with Wanderlust.
— Erinne Magee
Ring Road in Iceland October 2015

Ring Road in Iceland
October 2015