You see runners climbing a winding path, he sees, "a snaking, stretching hive of exercise"......You round a steeply guarded bay, he circles "this mountain tickled teardrop"......You refuse to give up, he "descends to will's white forge, thug-tough." The child of Cameron James' long, checkered affair with the run, Run To A Colored Sun surprises and delights us with more than a year's worth of daily verses that candidly mirror our own struggles, joy, passion and failures. But these savvy rhymes are more than mirrors: their teeming spirit not accidentally applies to any enterprise, whether it's that first kiss, probing the universe, or cutting off a bad relationship. Every page features room to write or draw, so it's easy to keep a spur-of-the-moment record of the good, the bad, and the ugly. Witty, wry, often trenchant and sometimes foolish, these stories will make you smile - and think, maybe even well-up a little, as they move you to celebrate your own run, whatever it happens to be.
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