Watch while we love
and watch while we fall
in love we watch each other
and hold one another
and look for a future
that is limitless
but not flawless
that is full of surprises
that are unavoidable
and you’ll see
Sometimes I look at a photo and make up a poem on the spot…all I do is watch.
This photo is from my Thanksgiving break photos…
This photo was taken after Hurricane Sandy in the Bronx
This photo was taken after the northeastern storm, Sandy, at a gas station in the Bronx.
There is something about the position of my friend, Adam and the boy in the photo…
Professor Balancio works a Mercy College. She is a doctor in Sociology.
I met her after the graduation. I told her I can’t wait to go back to school for my doctorate.
She was encouraging me and let me wear her cap and gown for a photo. She made my day.
This is Karis.
Of course the color of her sweater popped out to me…it was what encouraged me to take the photo. However, as I am now looking at the photo, the fact that she is boldly wearing tights without anything to cover up- suggests something about my generation.
She is covered- it’s not like she has on sagging pants but- tights…is that enough?
The way my generation dresses suggests a type of boldness. I can’t fully understand it just yet.