Your Mountain is Waiting

But on you will go
though the weather be foul
On you will go
though your enemies prowl
On you will go
though the Hakken-Kraks howl
Onward up many
a frightening creek,
though your arms may get sore
and your sneakers may leak.

It really shouldn’t surprise me that Burning Man pairs with Dr. Seuss so perfectly, since it’s probably the closest representation to the wild world of the books that we will ever see in real life. This particular poem is one of my childhood favorites that means more to me every year I grow older, and I relish seeing it come to life in such a beautiful and bizarre setting. I think the Dr. would be proud.

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One Thought on “Your Mountain is Waiting

  1. Henry on August 17, 2013 at said:

    Nice!

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