Dreamed 1995/8/24 by Chris Wayan
When I first saw Seattle's Space Needle as a little kid, I was stunned! Sleek, sweeping arcs announcing the Space Age--why, it was so advanced the Jetsons ripped it off! My cowboy suit was clearly passe... It was the first time I'd ever been moved by pure architecture.
We rode the oval, seed-pod elevators up to the rotating restaurant. What a view! Mt Rainier's snows floated over the city like a guardian angel's wings.
As we gawked, lost in the view, my mom's purse crept three tables away! The window ledge she'd laid it on was structural, not rotating like... us. A Zen lesson I never forgot! Keep your eyes open, for even inanimate things can creep around to new positions...
I dream I'm a kid again, in 1962, at the Seattle World's Fair. But this time, amid the high-tech wonders, stands a... ghost?
Our viewpoint is about level with her thighs or even knees, no higher. Her bold stance, legs spread, echoes the swagger of the Needle. Though slender, she feels as monumental as the tower.
The crowds walk by as if blind. Only I can see her.
I line them up exactly. A flawless fit! They nearly fuse into one strange figure. Tan, red, woman, tower...
It's particularly kinky when one of the seed-pod-elevators crawls up between her legs and disappears, apparently up her cunt. Looks like they're making love... up, down, in, out...
"Ooh!" she purrs as one rises into her. "OH! OH!"
How on earth does she get away with this? She's making architectural love to the Space Needle in the heart of the World's Fair!
She stretches, reaches for the stars. Red magma thrusts up into white volcanic breasts. The seed pod enters the chamber...
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