Unknown Pleasures

* In the middle of the movie the lsd kicked in, and because it was her first time all of the sudden she grabbed his hand so tight that blood stopped getting to the tips of his fingers. After they left the theater, they sat next to a fountain and spend some undetermined amount of time looking at the rocky bottom of the fountain while the reflected light played visual tricks. Wandering the streets was different. They ran into some friends and talked about nothing with them. Then kept on walking, thinking a millions things per second. And they knew that this was their last night together. Their long distance relationship was broken, not even a wonderful night could mend it. Their hope to be together was no more. But they kept their hands together until dawn, and then went to the park to walk her dogs.

* “Someone shot nostalgia in the back, someone shot our innocence” sang Peter Murphy.

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