Natasha's engaged! Andrey's off to war - no more fun. Yearning. Writing. Waiting. Visit soon-to-be family?! Father-in-law wretch. Sister-in-law frump. SOnya's on board, thank God for company. Ladies due for entertainment. Velour capes. Strobe, tempo, ass slap, cocaine on my table. Anatole? Gorgeous. Cock. Temptation. Heart flutter. "He touched my arm as he passed." Desire. COnfusion. WHo she thought she loved changed in an instant. Familiar. Rye to lips. A duel. Shot. Missed. Opera, synth, red, echo, bow, tear. Napkin. "We write things down. When we love and think, we write things down," it's Moscow in 1812. Decision. New route. New man. Helene & Dolokhov's Midnight plan. Marya's Catch. Same life. Mistake. Disowned. Depression. Wasted life if not sharing with absolute one. Rye to lips. Arsenic. Natasha. Survival. Natasha. Maestro and corner's perched Jazz & Country. Enlightenment. Balaga shakers. Tap tap tapping on my table. Inevitability. Andrey returns. Disgust. Acceptance. Internal. Comet in the shape of Lincoln Center chandelier. Soothing Pierre. NAtasha percolates. Natasha's no comet. To glow, that's easy. Built in. Trajectory, choosing a Path? She might as well not choose. She gets there anyway. David takes away empty glass.
Sunday, June 30, 2013
NAtasha, Pierre & The Great Comet of 1812
David puts down glass. Rye to lips. A horn blows. Red pleather couch. Sitting upright. Black man in lipstick has me stare into his eyes. "You better behave" he says. "Look at me, I said look at me....you better behave. I'll have my eye on this one" he says to neighbor. Reading pamphlet. Family Tree diagram. Who's fucking who, who's best friends, who's important, someone poisons them self. Off we go. Contemporary Moscow. Rye to lips.