A German couple who have just gotten married in NYC have an impromptu first dance by the lake in Central Park. A performance artist who has been playing guitar all afternoon sings "Can't Help Falling in Love," and a small crowd of passersby from the city and around the world join in as the couple slow-dances.
A square of bitter dark chocolate dissolving.
Turtles bob towards the shelf of rock where people have scattered crumbs and chunks of fruit.
A book, a bench, clean air among trees.
The statue of a sword-wielding king on horseback has been toppled. This could be taken as a sign of political upheaval, but really the monarch is undergoing restoration and will soon be righted.
He portrays her volatile behavior as normal. This is one way he copes with it and accepts it as part of his life.
It's been months since I've heard from her, and I'm both worried and relieved.