The Perfect Man
Aboard the Staten Island Ferry, Kurt O’Brien watched the Statue of Liberty from the Staten Island Ferry. Obtaining a Visa and Green Card, once again, he returned to America to spend time with his perfect man Vince Minnelli. Kurt had found the man he’d been searching across the planet.
After one year and out of work during the worst recession, he had to return to Ireland, refining his trade in carpentry. He worked hard to obtain the Green Card again. On this second trip his excitement and impatiens grew as he was processed through customs. He couldn’t wait to surprise Vince, finally setting in motion their dream to marry legally so he’d never have to leave again when New York passed legal, same sex marriages.
Not caring about the cost of a taxi, he hailed the first available cab, commanding the driver to take him to Vince’s address in the Bronx.
When he arrived, he wasted no time to open the front door with the key Vince had given him, not bothering to announce his surprise arrival. When he unlocked the door to the apartment, he, instantly, heard moans resonating from the bedroom. He bemoaned the pleasurable sounds of orgasms. Had his trip been wasted? Where was the perfect man he found before?