By Wakefield Mahon
Taryn Blakely was music royalty, the “queen of disco”, and she refused to leave. Whenever someone entered the building to evict her, she began her song. They’d start to dance and wake up, dazed and exhausted, outside the club.
Mary and her brother David walked into the decrepit discotheque and Taryn started her song. David ignored her completely and Mary looked at her with sympathetic eyes. They made it to the center of the room and disconnected the disco ball. Taryn nodded then faded away.
“So sad,” Mary signed to her brother. “Even without hearing it’s hard not to dance.”
~Rest in Peace Donna (Disco will never die)