Poem Analysis: St. James Cathedral

Satisfactory Essays
rre to Santiago, my head cleared just enough to realize the full-blown state of exhaustive delirium with which I’d entered the square at St. James’ Cathedral two days before. The most important practical task of the moment was the new focus needed to get home. Much as I wanted simply to collapse, circumstances still required shaking off the physical toll of the pilgrimage a few more hours. Ignore momentary feelings of distraction. Stay focused. Don’t be a crybaby. Keep moving. You learn the simplest, most effective coping mechanisms and mantras in the Camino’s first teachable moments. Finisterre, a small fishing village just a few hours from Santiago de Compostela, is the most westward point of the Iberian peninsula. The ancients believed
Get Access