When the air is still, nothing moves. When the wind rages, everything moves. But when a gentle breeze comes by, the air moves slowly enough you can catch it. A chemical reaction below the surface of the Gowanus Canal makes a bubble, and the bubble bursts. The air drifts, it floats, it wafts until it lands inside your nostril.
You've caught it. Let's just hope you don't catch anything from it.
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