Theory of relativity

Caribbean 

by Harris Weldon

“Two of us, sad, young, had a good time anyway, surrounded by everyone’s gruesome realization (unshared, only felt) that indulging the zany wish of someone whose soul passed four decades ago, is wrong.

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Some like yellow, some like pink. Some want surreal, others, cartoon.

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Then it flips. Desperation and the insanity of tenacity in everyone except a new and different two. There’s usually an enviable two, newcomers to the stretch..

 

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One day it comes to rest. It gets worse, won’t budge. All that’s left is knowing there was a stretch and you owned it.

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But others now in their stretch don’t care, they want you there anyway. They are all Anthony Perkins with skeletons in rocking chairs. They did you in, to place you there.” —Harris Weldon

 

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