August / September 1994
AIDS Zen-August/September 1994
by Mark O'Donnell
Lovely dusk: A guitarist plays “ I Want You Back.”
Overheard confusion: “No, not Beirut. Bay Ridge!”
You think you know it, but take the address with you.
The early man walks around until he’s late.
The trailer obviates the need to see the movie.
In the public toilet—a torn-up lottery ticket.
The blind date makes you realize how lucky you are.
Love equals vitamins; sex equals crack.
Midnight: The freezing, foreign street vendor can’t bring himself to close.
Fate: The Empire State Building’s lights go our suddenly.
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