This was straight out of a Sidney Lumet film. People crowded around the crazy man as the cops pulled him away chanting “Free Rocco” over and over. Then, over my shoulder I heard someone chant “Attica.” I felt at home.
I saw this and couldn’t pass it up. I never saw anyone in their purest form than the moment I saw this kid just owning this moment. I have a great friend, Tony, and this is how I have always pictured him as a kid. Just owning it.
Thinking of the past love in the twilight of a Friday hours before the sunrise. I watched these two young lovers touch and write on one another. Nothing more. I could tell this was new, fresh. He was shy, not yet bold in his moves, and she was in love and inviting him to play.
My nephew wanted to learn how to swim. He’d say “Mousa, practice me.” “You want me to practice you?” “Yeah…practice me.” So I jumped in the pool and practiced him. I love this kid. After we went and saw Transformers!!!
Me and my brother walking down 14TH when we see a bunch of people standing in the middle of the street, with there camera phones in hand holding up traffic behind them, and I look at Moe asking “What the fuck are they looking at?” We look …and it’s simply the sun setting over the west side. I love that traffic was stopped to look at this.
I was never a swimmer. I went upstate with a few friends and we came upon this lake. Everyone tool off there knickers and jumped in. I stayed and watched. I was so envious. I took this as she was coming out of the lake.
I had to zip over to Sprint and get my phone repaired. They said it be a hour. So, I went to vist the Greene clan for some tangerines of the tree and a little Uncle Mous and Mina time. This girl is a heartbreaker and rockstar in the making. Good thing daddy’s a drummer.