To clothe (verb) – to put clothes on (oneself or someone); to provide (someone) with clothes; to endow with a particular quality.
These are the lives that people seek out for themselves. Clothe yourself in embroidered linen, or in power. It matters not, as long as you are buttoned and wrapped with conviction and benevolence.
To pace (verb) – a rate of movement; any various standard linear measures; a manner of stepping, gait; a single step.
A single step, a movement. This is your whole life. Others have traveled these roads before you, ghazal, but only you can choose your manner of moving. Do not suffer fools, they say. Do not suffer those who are shells of what they could be, I say. [Kathleen McCampbell]