Dip behind a stroller,
Swerve around a runner,
Dodge a fortune teller,
Get dusted by a commuter.
Follow the narrow path to the left, then later to the right.
No need to worry about intervals, today’s a spin on the bike.
Heavy legs are okay, it means you rode hard before.
But pay heed to your recovery, because tomorrow you do more.
This cycle of stress and rest, many miss the bliss.
Not of riding fast or winning, but enjoying the easiness.