Suburb mostly refers to a residential area. They may be the residential areas of a city (such as in Australia and New Zealand), or separate residential communities within commuting distance of a city (such as in the United States and Canada). Some suburbs have a degree of political autonomy, and most have lower population density than inner city neighborhoods. Suburbs grew in the 19th and 20th century as a result of improved rail and later road transport and an increase in commuting. Suburbs tend to proliferate around cities that have an abundance of adjacent flat land. Any particular suburban area is referred to as a suburb, while suburban areas on the whole are referred to as the suburbs or suburbia, with the demonym being a suburbanite. Colloquial usage sometimes shortens the term to burb.
damn its hot today. humid. my shirt is stuck to my back as i cycle through the empty sunday streets. i dont really have a plan, but i never do. of course i know where i’m going, but that doesnt necessarily equate to having anything to do.
this town is an aspiration graveyard.