The Man Whose Life Became a DelusionBlake Walmsley
Is sitting next to the Woman Whose Life Is Continuous Absurdity in the empty movie theater. On a blanket at the beach. On the ferris wheel at the state fair. In the famous aviary. At Tiger Stadium during a rain delay. In the emergency room. By the 10-items-or-less line at the grocery store. In the holistic marriage counselor’s waiting room. In the garden by the fountain by the tower by the sea. Fearless daydreams passing the afternoons asleep in trees. Kindergartners guard the million dollar dandelion. Dead obsessions play speed chess in the park. A herd of uncontrollable impulses stampeding over a cliff. The immeasurable distance between what you live and what you dream. Look a cloud flying sideways. There is proof. I have photographs.
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