George, 65, is well known as the resident creative soul at the Church of the Epiphany.
“I’m going to just go ahead and just do what I like to do most.”
(Gesturing towards the art)
“This is my love.”
“I don’t think that would be beneficial as far as having happiness. I don’t want nobody being miserable with me.”
“Romance here is not really in the package when you’re homeless.”
“It ain’t no necessary thing.”
“Just in case you do find someone… you don’t want to be lean-on-me type of guy.”
“You want to come in even.”
Ronald, 62, sitting behind, is a big fan of George’s art. He’s a little more optimistic about love.
“You don’t have to have a relationship to have a love life. You just have to be careful.”
“You would have to visit a homeless situation and see what the experience is. It ain’t what you can call a normal situation, like husband-and-wife type of thing.”
“The main thing is you’re trying to get out of the homeless situation.”