alignment

lines draw tourists
to the canal:
a pedestrian
phenomenon of
right and left

crossing paths,
mapping spatially
some nonsense,
or does it make sense?

sight and sounds
resound, bounded
by choices;
left to right this,

a place where line
and spaces are more
than universal languages

a/n: I live in a very touristy place, I won't disclose particulars, but one of our main attractions is a scenic canal and it runs along most of the city.

btw, it's unfinished, and I gave up ending it properly...ideas?