Ghosts of Bourbon Street - Rowan Speedwell
“Nobody knows what to do…We all jump off the cliff, day after day…If you stand on the top and don’t move, you don’t get hurt. But…You don’t fly either. You need to jump, just once. And fly.”

These wise words from a dream that was peopled by those from his past alerts Paul Thibodeaux that he has been in a sad sort of stasis, neither moving forward or back, simply standing still. In his meager existence there has been no room for a lasting relationship or love of any kind and so he runs through one night stands to take the edge off, and drinks to help make them more palatable.

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