Well here we are again

It’s always such a pleasure
Remember when I tried
to flee from the city twice?

When I left San Diego, I had deemed it not impossible that I’d one day come back to live in the U.S. Just that I never foresaw it would be that I am here for my spouse, and that I can neither study nor work here.

And needless to say, it is totally beyond of my original belief now I’m living in the New York. Yes, the number one city I hate in the entire country.

Subway 14th Street / Sixth AvenueLower manhattan, at that.

34st Street, 7th AveYears passed and endless streams of tourists are still joining the crowded cityscape. Given the still nasty and foul-smelling streets, it is more literal than figurative if I say I still can’t breathe in this city. The subway stations and the trains still scorch in summer and how I wish the trashes on the tracks may transform into wireless connectivity, or whatsoever.

Some flowersFlushing still takes more than a hell full hour to reach. But that doesn’t really matter — cuisines are out of my concern. Appreciating my surroundings is of my least responsibility.

Now, let’s survive the tests.

Oh how we laughed and laughed
Except I wasn’t laughing
Under the circumstances
I’ve been shockingly nice


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