I remember saying, we've got so much in common. and every now and then, well we were bound to disagree on something. we disagree on everything now, it seems. and I remember so much more than that. I remember some days, spinning winds and falling leaves and we would stand up on that dam, arms outstretched. you would climb the fence, lean on the other side, grin. and some days you would let go. and some days you would hold on. but never on to me, I remember. I remember the nightlife in that city, where we'd prey on our ideas, try to stay busy. becasue when you are busy you are happy and you forget that you are just another part. of the nightlife. and some nights we'd exit crawling, and some nights we'd exit drunk. we'd exit walking lines all over this vasy continent of dreams. i remember countless car rides back to your place. countless car rides filled with smokey laughter, the kind where the next day no one can quite remember who undressed who. first. and back at your place, keys on counter, we'd stumble past you parents of who you'd long since told me to ignore the ugly things. they called you. and it was never very hard because, this isn't the booze talking, I'd like to think, you're a good person and. that's enough. you never did stop listening to. your parents. and so we'd stumble past them, I remember, to your room, check the lock and try to. stand up straight. try to figure out these things called clothes, the ones that we had tried to reapply like ametures while parked out on your drive. came off again. we would make it to your bed, or sometimes to your floor. i remember. and some nights you would fall asleep and I'd feel sick, and some nights you'd feel sick and I would fall asleep, and some nights we would both feel sick, but we could never fall asleep. together. not after that. that was life, and you could never just sleep after being alive, hunched over in your bathroom trying to stabalize. the spinning walls. and i remember saying we've got so much in common. and every now and then, well we were bound to disagree on something. we disagree on everything now, it seems.