Disco Daze, Disco Nights
august 17, 2018
In my last life, I was a disco queen. They called me a brick house and a bunny. Young, alive, free, in love. Things were far out and my dance moves were awesome possum. I felt the funk and did the boogie. I wore sequins and stayed up until dawn, limbs wrapped around strangers, eyes dilated even in the bright morning sun. I was chemically out of balance, but always sang in harmony.
Those days are but a daze, but I still have my disco nights.
a photo series with Matt Wiehl