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Car Parking

Sun feathers in the creases of my jeans. The light is calked over the car window and pressed into my skin. Soft cheese, pork salad, Cheshire; rolls individually wrapped in tinfoil, labelled with a marker pen in shorthand. I feast … Continue reading

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Delays Possible: Cambridge to Hatfield

Cambridge is crowded and clotted with the glow of memories. Delays announced. Freight haulers stop and stare as I board the train and look out at the city of my birth. A whistle – punctuation and we pull away past … Continue reading

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Legacy

What shape do I make travelling the same route day after day maybe it is just the shape of negative buttocks drawn out into a string between stations. – Benjamin F Jones

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