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He doesn’t like having to Hold the Stage. “I can’t wait to see how you … But that’s gay life, isn’t it? Presenting your new boy friend, and your buddies hold this pep rally thing, and deep bonds are forged. ” He did, and that was even worse: he was bald. ” I said. ” “Well, it’s a look. The hair’ll grow back. ” “I’ve never wondered how I’d seem being eaten by wolves. I’ve never wondered how I’d seem going down on the Andrea Doria. ” The next few seconds hosted a gently rapturous moment, as Peter contemplated his great good fortune.
I’ve never wondered how I’d seem being eaten by wolves. I’ve never wondered how I’d seem going down on the Andrea Doria. ” The next few seconds hosted a gently rapturous moment, as Peter contemplated his great good fortune. “Just to … to talk to him,” Peter finally fluted out. “His smile as he dives into little German phrases. The fierce way he pushes me onto my back, his hair falling across his forehead and his mouth frowning like a little boy’s. ’” Retying my right shoelace, I set up the logistics for the Tower trip in a tone designed to conclude the visit, but Peter appeared to have one more thing on his mind.
Some years ago, in the summer, research took me daily to the Lincoln Center Library, and I was timing my crossing of Columbus Circle to the lunchtime appearance of two men employed in construction on the Fordham University campus nearby. Rigorous union timekeeping meant they would materialize hungry at exactly 12:01, nosh somewhere, and then hang out at the war memorial to the Maine at the southwest entrance to Central Park at about 12:20, waiting till their break ended. One guy was a study in nondescript: a face one forgot even while gazing at it.