Kristen Palmitier

(08-23-1990 / Grand Rapids MI)

Life and Traveling


Traveling can be fun right? But what does it mean to travel?
Does it mean that your mind is gone or is it your body?

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  • Martin Rini (3/24/2010 8:17:00 AM)

    Love the notion of 'traveling' as a mental/emotional, as well as a physical, activity. We can travel in our minds and in our hearts. And, as the poet (Kristen) states, we can travel to get away from ourselves as well as to get away from, or to get closer to, others.....A perfect 10. Keep on writing, Kristen! ! ! (Report) Reply

  • Martin Rini (3/24/2010 8:15:00 AM)

    Love the notion of 'traveling' as a mental/emotional, as well as a physical, activity. We can travel in our minds and in our hearts. And, as the poet (Kristen) states, we can travel to get away from ourselves as well as to get away from, or to get closer to, others.....A perfect 10. Keep on writing, Kristen! ! ! (Report) Reply

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