Monthly Archives: November 2012

Doppelgänger

The Observer recommended an Asda wine. The trains weren’t running. I took the rail replacement bus for the first time. It went down Manor Road but there was no one to pick up at North Sheen. The bus passed Mortlake … Continue reading

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Harassment

The stress is on the first syllable. This is a follow-up to the farrago over the stair railings colour – qv earlier blogs – which was initially painted according to a choice from options given but, since that didn’t please … Continue reading

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Kevin’s Writing Group and Me

I waited twenty minutes before anybody turned up, recognising it must be Graham from his greeting me. Linda came next and finally Kevin. We took to a quieter area where I read out prison John’s four poems. The first two, … Continue reading

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Brock

During the war, brock was put out regularly to be picked up and fed to the pigs of the near-by farm. I don’t know or can’t remember Brock’s name or how he acquired the nickname, Brock, though I think it’s … Continue reading

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Music

Dominika looked lovely, in yellow, with a red cold sore on her lower lip I advised sunblock for if readily to hand . She thought I must’ve been at the Wigmore Hall before the way I talked to the floor … Continue reading

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