not olive, but she walks like this sometimes.
is it a crab? is it a cat? what is it doing?
Part of speech: adverb
Origin: English, 20th century
Definition: To, toward, or from the side, typically in an awkward way.
Examples in a sentence:
“Roberto moved crabwise without taking his eyes off the dodgeball.”
“My cat only moves crabwise if she knows I’m going to try to give her a pill.”
“some things cannot be changed. you cannot teach a crab to walk straight.”
these old shoes have seen a lot of miles and a lot of smiles
like slipping my feet into butter
but might be time to let them melt softly into the sunset.
“an old shoe lover loves old shoes.”
” i love places where there are crowds of trees.”
scio woods county preserve, ann arbor, mi, usa
“there are no shortcuts to any place worth going”
empire bluffs trail, empire, michigan, usa – june 2021
on an almost summer stroll.
“for a strolling damsel a doubtful reputation bears.”
johann woflgang von goethe
out for a family stroll
“walking is the perfect way of moving if you want to see into the life of things.
it is the one way of freedom.
if you go to a place on anything but your own feet
you are taken there too fast,
and miss a thousand delicate joys
that were waiting for you by the wayside. “
-elizabeth von arnim
came across this open door
when walking in the park
so many questions.
“answers are closed rooms; and questions are open doors that invite us in.”
argo park, ann arbor, michigan, usa – march 2021