Walking toward the stadium entrance, the night sky illuminated, I turned my head to my right and saw her, not for the first time as she was known to me for some time, but in a way that I had never felt for anyone before. She was topped in a sweater dress patterned with horizontal black & white stripes and wore black skin tight pants with matching leather boots. Her hair, black, long, straight, caressed her exposed shoulder.

The event was packed wall to wall with youthful abandonment dancing the night away. The DJ, spinning, moving the beats of a thousand bodies. I had never dance before, ever.

She was near me. Our familiarity drew us together in a room of strangers.

"Would you like to dance?"

"Yes."

JSIZL (Just Stupid Innocent Zealous Lust)

Details

JSIZL (Just Stupid Innocent Zealous Lust)
2004
Gesso and Medium on Canvas
72 x 48 inches
182.88 x 121.92 cm

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Animal West (Venice, CA)