AN EXCURSION, THE ALDI OUTING, PART II; 2 EURO A TROLLEY

  If you missed Part I, click here first… AN EXCURSION, THE ALDI OUTING, A SHORT STORY Part II           We weren’t going till the afternoon, mid-afternoon, which thankfully gave us plenty of time to get a bit of airing into the laundry. They’d been on the clotheshorse for two daysContinue reading “AN EXCURSION, THE ALDI OUTING, PART II; 2 EURO A TROLLEY”

#TopTweetTuesday

  Tomorrow is Tuesday but not just any Tuesday, on Twitter it’s #TopTweetTuesday thanks to the wonderful poet Matthew M C Smith, editor of Black Bough Poems and author of the superb poetry collection Origin: 21 Poems (buy on Amazon and read ‘Footprints’ and ‘Daughters’ and you’ll see why it’s unmissable, passionate, thought-provoking, and he’sContinue reading “#TopTweetTuesday”

BACK HOME, A SHORT STORY OF THE COMFORTS OF COMMUNICATION AND CONFUSION

  -Where’s the thing? she asks, her mind racing faster than the push-up response of the recline on the sofa. -What thing? I inquire, startled out of a semi-induced state of hibernation to save myself from the 2nd instalment of the evening of Emmerdale which was briefly interrupted by 23 minutes of Coronation Street andContinue reading “BACK HOME, A SHORT STORY OF THE COMFORTS OF COMMUNICATION AND CONFUSION”

IN CONSIDERATION OF WHAT TO PRAISE

  Let us praise the Son returned, Mother and not rush to bash the dishes in the sink at the sound of how much I have grown since that shore where I broke from your breast, surely I was meant to be weaned before we both grew wizened. Let us praise the burial of AgonyContinue reading “IN CONSIDERATION OF WHAT TO PRAISE”

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