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The distance between my imagination and Granby

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it's built on imaginativeness, a mortar of my active mess,

The concrete part of my soul, the words of my press

When publish "I love you ". There's a part of that atmosphere

Who laid the fondation of an offbeat foul strange in most spheres.

She express herself, simply remember the words of the parks and the forests

And repeats them gently in prisons bars, like a music in your day.

Like a musician my city play bass for my nostalgia and for the rest


I remember, and the streets over there are Manhattans of memories

Abuses like skyscrappers that uses my spirit everyday

Like traumas that leave marks on each of my merry way

Happy coexists with suicide there and meanders on stories

Like an allay cat that walk on his quarry

I too am a stroller and my life a staircase in disaray


Each block where I go there's a relief

A past in a form of district 

The shadows of that industry mystic

Protect me against thinking i'm not lucky

For my red hair, they flow with the traffic over there

A long overflow of the fire, the core of that body

Transgender and proud of their lobby


It's the brick of my strenght

Arranged together to represent

A form of wing and my feathers

Always leads me somewhere else

On a mad trip, nevertheless

That city always build back itself

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actually about dysphoria and how it loomed large in my life from a very young age, inspired by a post on this forum. It's also a double entendre since it's also about nostalgia and the city where I grew up

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You stated it very well. :)



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