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A collection of poems entirely dedicated to Paul's passion for running.

"My Mum bought me new trainers

They make me look dead slick

She told me if I wear them

I’ll go so very quick

But what she didn’t tell me 

The truth before my eyes

That as well as brand new footwear

I’ll have to eat less pies...."

With topics any runner will relate to, such as the respect due to all race marshalls, the sheer joy when your image is snapped with flying feet and why running is the best tonic for your mental health, this is great collection for any non-couch potato.

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