Monthly Archives: September 2014

Again

DANCE2 Her hip shudders my cunt; hand near my breast not close enough to call quite yet a touch. A hover, teasing breeze, never so much that I can call it love. Pink satin vest damp with her sweetest scent … Continue reading

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Another

EDGE Mouth curry-pricked, then tea that’s scalding hot, perhaps Assam with milk. I just can bear most pleasures that I love. The edge is where I live – it bites. Mostly I’d rather not make neat distinctions. The thin slice … Continue reading

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No one with an actual vote cares very much what I think but…

I guess I owe a clear statement of why, from the position of a London-resident cynical Celt, my final hope is for No. Not because I would be sad if Scotland left – though I would be, and would wave … Continue reading

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Poem

ENOUGH The small safe words along the borderline. Almost enough might slip into too much. Sometimes across a table fingers touch second too long. Her eyelashes blonde fine I see so clearly. Arm around her, feel each rib; my neck, … Continue reading

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My Fantasycon Schedule

10.00am – Does Anyone Get Out of Here Alive? Can there be hope in Horror, or are unrelieved despair and gore the essence of the genre? Guy Adams (m), Adam Nevill, Tim Lebbon, Roz Kaveney, Sara Jayne Townsend, Ramsey Campbell … Continue reading

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One I missed posting at the time

CLODIA ANGRY She had them copied. Read them. Passion songs. Also the ones in which he called her whore. Over again until could read no more for stinging eyes, red cheeks. Avenged her wrongs. Knew how to find him and … Continue reading

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