New York

It’s a crowded city with busy people. The streets are packed with cars, taxis, and buses, surrounded by tall buildings. There are many cultures amongst the crowd. Metros and taxis are used often, unlike Virginia in which you barely see a taxi on the road. What I like most about New York is that it’s alive. You can see life as you pass any street. I also like it because I like crowded cities. And it does remind me of Iran; its crowdiness, its traffic, and its shops.
I wonder what it’s like to live in New York. Maybe I’ll try it one day.
The ship on the Hudson River was great. All around the water you see New York’s tallest buildings, the statue of liberty, and the Empire State building. There was a constant wind that brought everyone to life. As I looked I wanted to jump out and fly on top of the water. It must be a joy to be a bird.

3 Comments, RSS

  1. Oksana September 2, 2003 @ 10:31 am

    Dear Blue Bird,
    Your website is awesome! I enjoy it a lot.
    Your thoughts are fresh and surprisingly mature.
    I feel through your pages your big poet’s potentials.
    Keep doing it.
    Nice meeting you trough this website.
    Greatful Oksana.

  2. ss August 5, 2003 @ 12:38 pm

    hi bb, i thought the same of new york, but now i live here, and it’s brutal and unforgiving…new york’s the kind of place you shouldn’t actually move to b/c then you can always think “I could move to NEW YORK!”

  3. arsalan August 5, 2003 @ 12:32 am

    everywhere has some beauties for itself.
    your blog is very nice…

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