City-free

As dusk approached, we walked the streets, large in numbers. A fresh breeze came which filled our chests and refreshed minds, reminding us to take it all in.

For one night only, we were city-free. From end to end, a whole neighbourhood had been reclaimed and then laid out for people to dance and eat, prop up their front porch, or to display their true colours any which way they wanted.

Times like that are worth savouring.

Here’s to the carnival.

Author: alexjrankin

Journalism and micro fiction.

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