Monthly Archives: June 2016

News

A few things have come in over the doorstep in the last month or two: a short fiction piece of mine called “Moon Shot” has finally appeared in the long-awaited anthology of flash fiction “100 Lightnings” from Australian publisher Paroxysm … Continue reading

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Goodbye London

GOODBYE LONDON Goodbye London my love my sore feet my hot afternoons and solitary mornings wandering around Liverpool Street Station those cobbled lanes spilling views towards the river the Shard teasing veils of cloud the looming Gherkin planting its reptilian … Continue reading

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Glen Coe

GLEN COE Who can understand the Scots who hasn’t seen Glen Coe? -Our dark cold heart of rock haunted by cloud-shadows history racing the green slopes as phantoms escaping nothing twisted stone prison and fortress pitted deep against itself in … Continue reading

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Mother

MOTHER Day by day you remember less but reminded me yesterday how to make daisy chains until I wove you one from those flourishing in the cracks between slabs on your run-wild patio made you a crown then a necklace … Continue reading

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