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De and prooduction by Robert Samec and Kapp Singer. Plush burnt-orange chair with chrome framing in the corner of my room always creaks the moment I move an inch. I saw it on the street one day, then ran home to have Jarrod carry it back. We walked down the rest of Pine and through the alley, up the stairs into my room, set the chair right where I wanted it. Rattan folding room divider with arches, dragged behind the sofa: ly behind my bed, another time, in front of my desk. I hung lights on it and made it a real focal point. Mom and dad found it on the curb and drove it home in the truck.
It lived on the back porch until I claimed it before my sister could. Wooden dresser with five slanted drawers and tapered legs, against the wall by my bed, now closer to the window, holding all my black long-sleeved shirts and scarves and sweaters. Summer spotted it underwater when we went tubing in the Little Lehigh.
Waded upstream and held onto it floating down, hoisted it through the woods into her minivan. I told Summer she could have it but she insisted it was mine. All these things of mine that maybe were not supposed to be. I explain that my tears have amounted to an ocean. Saltwater waves My new blood.
Love listens with pause Then says, Your heart was not meant to be a sewer. Water is to be drained. Blood, To flow. And sometimes it makes you fall in love with both. For me, this kind of ecstatic love always reared its head in the spring. The first time it happened, I was about to turn seventeen. I was falling in love with a boy with whom I had nothing in common, but who, for whatever reason, came to embody that magic, manic energy for me. That was the year I learned how feverish the long-awaited light of spring can be. The tree branches seemed tinted pink, and like they were straining, reaching beyond themselves.
Of course, I got my heart broken. And mania turned out not to be all sunlight and roses. But I will always remember that spring as the first time I really trusted someone in a romantic sense. But it was vulnerable. My friend dares me to kiss her. As I do, I burp. She punches me in the stomach. My friend laughs so hard he shits himself. I smell it and throw up. I had just seen Die Hard and First Bloodso I was riding high and felt like the time had come to put away childish things with the exception of my Spider-Man books, toys, wallpaper, etc.
Every year, we had to give all our classmates cards and candy. There was one girl in the class I had a crush on, and I was gonna try to slip her a pack of Nerds or something, but I had no interest in this procession beyond that.
It felt hollow. But, my teacher caught wind of this scheme and was not having it. She was an ex-nun, which was frightening because she had the same intensity as a regular nun but no God to hold her back. I used to be strongly anti-yoga, or at least anti-me-doing-yoga.
Solo yoga, as it turned out, was the antidote to my cynicism—okay, insecurity. I was unfocused, nauseous, constantly unsure of myself and the enormous life decision I was about to make. I just listened to the instructions. During sun salutations, I noticed my feet. My toes were spread wide, anchoring the mat to the ground. I kept looking, and a thought crystallized. This was the first time in weeks that I trusted myself, and all I was doing was standing on a mat with my arms above my head.
When the class ended, I sat cross-legged and tried not to laugh when I instinctually connected my thumbs and index fingers.
That full-body destabilizing feeling, like I was about to have the wind knocked out of me, flooded back—how could it not? But this self—the early-morning yogi I used to hate for no good reason—could take it. Appetizer — one slice of cinnamon bread, toasted for two minutes, served with a square of unsalted butter.
Soup — a bowl of boiled water with a cube of chicken bouillon, purchased in case of a cold. Salad — the single stock of green onion wilting at the back of my fridge that counts, right? Entree — a cup of Maggi noodles. Dessert — a spoonful of powdered brownie mix, because who has time for ovens? When I was little, I thought being in love was more or less a pole-vault competition. The funny thing was, I spent almost zero time imagining what that other side looked like, too fearful of the cavern to give it any thought.
I am now at an old enough age that if I wanted to, I could write it out in s instead of words. Before I knew it, we had left on spring break. We have been for about a year, ever since spring break. But then I realize how ridiculous that is. I thought that I was, in some way, thankful for a deadly pandemic. Thankful that I got to spend time with her. Thankful that we got to spend so many days together. Reflection made me change my perspective.
Your molars crack on my ribs. My scavenger brain hunts to immolate. The esophagus tumbles in terror like diving boards and Trampolines. The person coughing in this hungry house is you. Pass hands through my walls like familiar strangers five times.
We are still strangers. Your clammy hands lie. I find your ring on the edge of my bathtub. You ask if you can get it back about an hour later. And before I let you in again, I put the titanium band in my mouth and fix your forgetfulness with a hello kiss. I am a serial monogamist. I jump from relationship to relationship, from adoration to heartbreak.
This lack of romance has brought me to Tinder. Sometimes, this is fun. Matches come in three distinct. These people are attractive, interesting, and distressingly single. So we flirt. If that goes well, we text.
LA is the epicenter of the pandemic, in part because the aforementioned influencers are fucking everything up for the rest of us. And this makes it hard for us to, well, fuck.
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