Photo taken at JFK via LATAM Airlines Aircraft (runway 22R)

Leaving New York City Again

In the last month my story has brought me to New York City three times. The first was just enough for a Brooklyn Bridge run and rhyme.

While it was hard enough to run under a cold Sun, I ran for fun to get some rhyming done. The next visit, her and I explored the city under a much more colder Sun.

The last time, I reminisced land of my runs, and where the words of my writings come from. A young man once ran these streets to survey the land on his long city layover plans.

Wheels down, it goes down; running a city, a beach, just try me oh boy I’ve already failed freely.

Leaving NYC for southern cities below me. Nose to the south, Brasil, maybe to write more of me.

A wedding to sit pretty in colours and daydream. Likely day party; drink too much like Zay and I did in Vegas ’09 off the nasty Lemon Bacardi.

I’ll be back in NYC plenty. To explore more for my prospect readings.

Since ’03 NYC’s been a significant part of my story. And my book that will fix racism. Inspired by true inspirational glories.

Especially the writer’s story. Stay tuned……

No worries!

(Budd eating ice cream c. July 1996 – Tokyo, Japan)

I'm passionate about my story, so I challenge my readers to be as well if they aren't already. I once thought long & hard about the challenges we give ourselves daily, of finding an eternal feeling of joy and abundance. Through inspirational explorations of my past, I attempt to influence others to find theirs. Here on you'll see what allows me to display my enthusiastic lifestyle; whether it be through creativity, elegance, or wit.

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