Only the Unimpassioned Nagging of a Maiden will Save Us Now
· 3 December 2004 ·

The main thing deeply unsettling about living in a metropolitan area is this:
You’re walking about outside in a Pacific Northwest winter. The temperature isn’t Siberian but, sure, it’s refrigerated. Predictably you are well swaddled in warm clothes to fend off the frostiness. Now, it’s when one walks nearby a manhole cover, a grate, or a vent and is met with a passionless blast of luke-warm air that the unsettlement begins.
Any of you other metroplis dwellers encounter this?

Written by Izak Elvrum


  1. Wyatt Winston    Dec 7, 01:17 PM    #