Thursday, June 27, 2013
Tuesday, June 25, 2013
Wednesday, June 19, 2013
Monday, June 03, 2013
And this is what you called the first night. Pretty ok for some beers and a bar crush. Do not live about expectation or drunk feelings, is what some would say, uh? And you would convince yourself that everything is fine. Sometime pass by and the person came back from a trip, and common friends calling for another round of beers. Not now. You are ok, you thought.
Are you? Not sure, so you have to check it one more time. And the third chance came. You act like a robot lion with a burning belly. And the same smiles the person uses to be social is exactly what makes you lose the sight of the reality. You feel the lips and came back to reality. The smile again. You hear something about not being ready to cross bridges of friendship. But the smile and your happiness is too much information for the night. A message in your screen would put you inside a friends house. dealing with some sort of "friendship sentimental feelings post-bar". The person opens a spot for you on the couch. But in a twist you was driven into a sea of friends tears. You left the place and notice that was at the persons house while kissing and figuring stuffs out. When some light struck into your mind, and you could figure what happened in this night, you were already back home.
You'll never saw this person again.
Part IIVacation is over. And now you will be back to your town that is not so far from your hometown. This last trip you saw your old friends acting selfishly sad and sentimental. Is this news at all? Kissed by a regular person in your friends group that seems ok at first but quite overly attached. That was your vacation at hometown. You were just feeling kind drowned after being ignored by an old beach affair and lot of studies. Why people cannot just let it be? Friends drive you home with that reproachful silence in the car after you get pretty wild and kissed someone the other night. You have just to smile and take your time. This city is an ocean.
Part IIIThis is a minimalism text rehearsal. Fruit of a sober-minded expectation delusion. The person (italic) in Part I is the protagonist in Part II. The person (bold) in Part II is the protagonist in Part I. The person (italic and bold) in Part I is both. You can read the sentences backwards in Part II and you will be exactly where Part I ends: "You'll never saw this person again."
"The city is an ocean."
"Vacation is over."
"You'll never saw this person again."