LIGHTS AND TUNNELS
Joy Cometh this Summer: Ode from a NYC Gay Bar
“Weeping may endure for a night, but joy cometh in the morning.”
I write to you from a high-top table,
At a New York City gay bar,
A bar that has been forced to serve chips and salsa,
A hot dog, or a soft pretzel,
With a very strange nacho cheese sauce.
We must eat, they say,
So we may open.