Monthly Archives: October 2012

Waiting for Dawn: Thursday

Fine rain in waves outside the tan centre – there is no mention of sun as it is rarely seen in this town. The night’s bluster swells my jacket. In the empty shop-fronts undulating reflections appear – billboards where the … Continue reading

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Deconstruction

A nail bomb rips my dictionary apart where the blood falls words are rubric. – Benjamin F Jones

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Artist of the week.

I have just been featured as writer of the week here. I have also had a short piece in Linguistic Erosion – here.

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Gargling Cheap Wine: 3 Homerton Street

There’d been no other reason to get wasted other than we were brothers and it was Saturday. By midnight we were gargling cheap wine and the walls had rushed away. Seven sheets blew in the wind we sailed steamrollers in … Continue reading

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