On the precipice of it all she felt the wind take her soul and bring it to life. She watched as it all flew past her, all the fireflies with their lit up tails of fury. The wretched pondering of existence in the balance. On the top of the world nothing and everything mattered all at once. She’s seen it all with more to come. Her crazy, weird, and amazing story has many more chapters to unfold and unfurl.
Late one night coming home on the 46 a strange and powerful yearning and learning coughed up into existence. The fiction of it all was profound. From the drunken 17 year old laughing inappropriately to the older foreigner to the weird religious guy all the way in back of the bus. She was there engaging and pondering the weight of the world. The golden brassiness of the drunken exhaustion relegated to someone underage was obvious and oblivious to inclinations of anything around her. “Wanna do shots?” was the question of one of the bus folk. Earlier since the days and weeks prior our main character tried out new things, she ventured onto new territory from parades to kissing girls of her own accord, to mingling with weirdos in bars, hence she was experiencing. “Can I kiss you?” is what she asked her lover on the curb of 86th street and Lexington avenue. Boom…the confetti flew in the air like fireworks to the soul. Everyone marched down chanting and dancing from Bryant Park to Washington Square Park. And here we are again on the 46 local bus. “Can I stare into your soul?”
Hey fans, wow today was a riot kind of literally! I explored so many things today and did new things. I think earlier today I mentioned that there was going to be a rally at Bryant Park but actually it was a full on march from there all the way to Washington Square Park! It was so fun, it was mostly lesbians and there was drumming, dancing, and just a good time. We even had a moment of silence with our fists in the air probably for the Orlando victims. Police were everywhere so that was good and safe. I wonder what tomorrow will be like. The Met museum tour earlier was cool but it was mostly a gay men’s thing and I was the only girl, but hey it was entertaining! Once in Washington Square Park I sat in on the rim of the big fountain and hung out. I later checked out a bunch of other new stuff elsewhere in gayville and it was cool!