Walking with Rimbaud

Rimbaud said;

“Let’s go, hat, greatcoat, both fists in pockets, and step outside. Forward Route! Let’s Go!”
— Rimbaud, 1884

Like Thoreau, Rimbaud leaves impassioned, tight fisted, and determined to flee, and to walk, without too much concern for the bearing, and into an imagined wilderness; “Adieu to here, no matter where! (ibid.).”