What a pursuit
Too ambitious for life
Afraid of death
Much to do
All there is to see
People to be
Places to go
Wherever I step
There was nothing in purpose
Just another step
Tortured until his last breath.
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Ultra-running, rock climber, backpacking guide, professional bump skier, truck living, hippie. Some words that could be used to describe me, however I prefer the term Dirtbag. I am an aspiring writer and professional backpacking guide who started the Dirtbag Nomad to share more about my lifestyle and the challenges of working towards a life filled with passionate pursuits
One response to “Passionately Pointless: A Poem From My Book “Duality Through You” By Benjamin Beauchman”
Excellent poem. As morbid as this is, it really resonated with me and made me feel less alone haha.