“Senior year is the year time gets all fucked up and also the year I fall in love and I don’t think that’s a coincidence.
See because at the end of this year, summer won’t be summer anymore, it won’t be a break between school and school, like the place you go after you die but before you’re kicked back into life. It won’t be a way station, it’ll just be hot and hotter and then collapse into red leaves and puffs of breath you can see and everyone will say, hey, it’s Autumn now.”
“Guys I Wanted To Fuck in High School” is a series of short essays about growing up frustrated in small-town Pennsylvania. This is the fourth and final installment. Later this year, they’ll all be available in print as chapbooks - each with a cover illustrated by a different artists.
In the meantime, read, comment, reblog, and thank you for spending some time with me.
A new entry in my essay series, “Guys I Wanted To Fuck in High School“is all written and ready to go. But blog traffic is better from Sunday-Wednesday, so I’m going to wait until next Sunday during the day. In the meantime, enjoy the ridiculous just-post-high school photo of me above and read the earlier entries:
Guys I Wanted To Fuck In High School, Part 1: Gym Class - “I don’t know if this is normal, but in the early mornings before I left for school, I would actually get down on my knees and pray to God for the whole gym class to fuck me. Even the teacher. Especially the teacher.”
Guys I Wanted To Fuck In High School, Part 2: Hall Pass - “I look back down at Mr. Haines’s crotch and try to stay there, but it doesn’t work, everything is dispelled. I look into his eyes and can see he knows what I’ve been doing. He sits up straight and stops relaxing, and his face turns red.”
Guys I Wanted To Fuck In High School, Part 3: Neighbor Boy - “He stares out the window of his bedroom and masturbates, thinking of an older boy, Lee, down the street, who should show up and rub his dick all over the boy’s face – If the boy just concentrates hard enough, Lee will show up. He believes this with all his might: Just concentrate and things will happen.”