Friday, August 25

you better run for your life little girl...

... hide your head in the sand little girl - catch you with an other man, that's the end of, little girl.

Public bus sign posted in Provincetown, Cape Cod MA - USA.
I should live there, they got the story right, and they got the ocean, they got writers, poets, painters and drag queens. They got cozy restaurants and gay bars with leather, chains and smelly semen lingering in the air. They got seagulls and sailboats, sand and laughter. Music and the history of the first settlers still clouded in the mist of innocence ...
I could build castles in the sand everyday and keep dreaming upon endless dunes of off-white.
What a breeze!

11 comments:

_z. said...

Looks like a fine place to escape to!

(zee, now you can listen to the song I was talking about. thank you)

Zee said...

Ohh, cool _Z !! I'll hurry over and get it right away, thanks man!

Dr. Nazli said...

Zee - relying on the words of men from generations before ... what madness!

Amarisi is firmly in my playlist - as far as I am concerned it is dedicated to me - right ;-)

What is more soul-freeing that a quiet beach in Summer - oh Winter stay away from my soul for I crave only the warmth of whole.

That's it for now - have to work Zee!

I know you are smiling! Zee ya!
Nazli

Cynnie said...

You paint a lovely picture..
Now I'm all dreamy

Before Sunrise said...

Hi Zee, I dream of going to Cape Cod, heard it is beautiful and now with your description....

Zee said...

Hello doctor Nazli, yes I'm smiling!
Cynnie, perhaps the "dreamy stage" makes you feel better!
Before Sunrise, you will not regret a trip, isn't that far from NYC. You can go for the weekend only and it's still worth it!

reverb said...

...this place only needs waves to surf...and some rock! ha ha

...very nice to drive in my 1948 Triumph...

Ingrid said...

Amen to that. (the love thy neighbor thing although I keep spelling things 'british style')
Since you seem pretty eclectic minded, I wanted to give you an fyi for an interesting different kinda blog; omniglot..http://www.omniglot.com/blog/
don't know why I thought of you but there you have it..salut my friend
Ingrid, melting in 100F degrees as our airconditioning went on the fritz..or is it frits.. hmmm

Segue said...

Have you been to Provincetown when it's NOT June, July, August or September? Have you been there in January? When the wind is lashing--cold--boats in bunkers, all shops save quickmart boarded up, only an eastern-most point of desolation...

Zee said...

segueing!
No, I haven't been to Provincetown during off season, but I might do so this year.
In November I usually go up to Maine and spend days on an island there to celebrate Thanksgiving (hehe) with tons of life music and awesome people from all over the place.
People are alive and bonding even in off seasons. The spectacular ocean still remains spectacular - who cares if you can't swim, the fusion of earth, water and sky are still breathtaking.

Cynnie said...

My MamaMae ( grandmother to you non southerners) loved the ocean in winter..I remember walking on the beach with her and freezing to death, wondering what in the hell we were doing here.
Now whenever i go back to the east coast for xmas or thanksgiving i always go to the shore..Its so awesome.
So you forgot my number ?
expect an email mister.