His Time Is Not Yet Past

He wears his cap backwards with a deeply rounded brim, and his sunglasses, Oakleys maybe, or Ray-Bans, are set on the brim like a set of false eyes above an absent face.  His plastic sports sandals are too small for his feet, so they slap the cement floor of the viewing area with short, high clicks as he swings his legs from the hips in a slow strut.  There are plastic coloured bracelets on his left wrist, remnants of causes that are now several years gone, and every so often he pulls up the collar of his blue Polo golf shirt, as if reminding himself that his time is not yet past.

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2 comments
  1. Curtis said:

    So when are you publishing your book of strange yet eloquent observations,Luke?

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