Monthly Archives: January 2014

An Open Letter to a Fellow MTA Commuter

I knew you for seventeen minutes. I knew your name, but only for that fleeting moment before I stepped out of the doors and onto the platform. Each day, there are eight million unique faces in New York City. I may never see yours again, but you inspired me. When you placed your guitar in […]


You torch my spirit and burn my pride– But your sting on my lips tastes so sweet

Grand Central

I was inspired to write this when I was walking through Grand Central to get to the Subway during morning rush hour on my way to my internship today. A morning well spent Treading through a sea of thousands Rushing, racing, roaring ‘Til we find our ways out A frantic struggle against the urban tides […]