A kerfuffle for a condom and inevitable dysrhythmia greet the teenage couple Read More
In the depths of my heart lies the deadening carcass of a once nourished soul, defeated yet panic-stricken, once the toast of the party now the bare bones of what was converges in the cavity… Read More
Besides the scorching sun And its obscuring cloud Lie bodies upon bodies Of Brits. Mispronounced Unannounced Sun-seekers and binge-drinkers El Costa Inglés Read More
I’ve lost the jingly-janglers, the jangles that jingle, the thing that turns clockwise for the vroom-vroom-mobile, the thingamajig, the huddelifut all that I wish is for them under-foo… Read More
‘Marion’s been committed.’ It’s not life-threatening, well, not at this moment in time. As if it would come as shock that my 22-year old sister of 6-and-a-half stone… Read More
He half-died that Summer. And we were rendered helpless, Exercising our distraction muscles. Making the best of the worst. Ordinary life departed the day the tumour arrived. Routine surgery… Read More
Old and frail, a woman sits alone tending to her crossword. Eight letters; eight letters. No, it’s gone, it escaped her, the persistent disorder of mental process. She lives in this ho… Read More
The pink chairs are the ones that stare, Brushed velvet mocking the lack of lucidity. They know the truth, but they keep the secret, Mocking me with the hope of diagnosis, or solution. The g… Read More
Red, passengers propelledLeisurely lurching from its resting place.Ancient air raids markingDisembarking dissenters from ages familiar –Avoiding the gazes of those passing by.Rather at… Read More
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