Monthly Archives: October 2014

Interview

The suit was heavy – smelled clinical. It made him feel unwell. But, of course, it was supposed to protect him from sickness. Regarding the blurred inside of the helmet, visible on the edges of the visor, in the corners … Continue reading

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Friday Evening In The Old Town

I went back. Battling with memories, some fond and some less so, I went back. The streets were slick with rain, and maybe some blood, and we’d thrown back a couple cans on the train – it had been a … Continue reading

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Conversation In Basement Flat

‘Weather’s vile’ ‘Sure. You be like that’ ‘What do you mean? It’s raining every kind of hell’ ‘You sun-worshipper’ ‘Don’t call me that’ … ‘It’s getting darker’ ‘I can see that’ ‘When do you want to do it?’ ‘When do … Continue reading

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Times

A fast track to some kind of nervous exhaustion. Don’t call it depression. Or maybe it is. I don’t know, I’m on a go-slow and in no fit state to advise. I was eavesdropping on the police radio chatter last … Continue reading

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Underground Child

I don’t know why, but the peculiar image is one of being on the London Underground, mid-evening, with my Mother. It’s that moment, that sensation, that come to me when I am low, when I am vulnerable, when I am … Continue reading

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