They call me a freak. I live in the old church surrounded by crosses and hang garlic cloves from every stained-glass window and revel in the sunshine that pours through the coloured panes. They call me a freak because I'm not like them. They've stopped visiting now. I never invite them across the threshold. I … Continue reading FREAK
IN THE APARTMENT 'When did you last see your baby?' 'I went into the kitchen to collect her food. When I came back, she and the chair were gone.' 'You think someone stole the chair and kidnapped your child?' 'I don't know!' 'Alright, Ma'am, keep calm.' ON THE STREET 'Dispatch, this is Officer 423. We've … Continue reading EVOLUTION
I lit out for the coast searching for serenity. I had no idea if it would be there or not, but it sure as hell wasn't where I was coming from so I had nothing to lose. Hitch-hiking across the country wasn't for me. I'm not a people person and the thought of making small … Continue reading A SEARCH FOR THE SERENE
It doesn't seem that long ago. The place hasn't changed, but you have. We used to come here as a family and you ran around the cobbled street and dashed in and out of the old shops and took a trip on the old trams and we had lunch in the cafe and watched the … Continue reading WHERE DOES THE TIME GO?
Tokens of his love left by way of an apology before he left last night to go back to his wife and children. She dumped the flowers in the bin. At her yoga as she tried to revive herself from too much wine the night before. She stuck to the back of the class and … Continue reading A DAY IN A LIFE OF TOKENISM