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By Anthony Boyd

I remember being at a house party back in the day. It was in my home town of The Bronx, my first house party.

I ended up dancing with a girl. FOR THE WHOLE NIGHT.

I couldn’t stop. I wanted to stop. She seemed to be enjoying herself so much. But I stop enjoying myself after the 2nd song. I wanted to sit down.

All I could think about was sitting down. But I didn’t want to offend her. It was internally awkward because I came with my friends and I should have been hanging with them. But I ended up dancing with her for the whole night.

Life is like that. You just keep going and going. Living life in this indefinite purgatory of liminal transit.

But for what? I think that’s what this pandemic/quarantine situation has forced many of us to ask ourselves.

“For what?”


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