Tag Archives: Richmond

Visiting Diana

Yesterday I thought I might use my continued sluggishness to renege on my agreement to go to Camden with John but I was soon moving fast.  I don’t like going to places for their own sake.  I require an ulterior … Continue reading

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Quentin’s Symposium

I intended not to phone John as he’d asked but go to Quentin’s symposium on my own but he was standing in wait outside Richmond station.  He hadn’t any more money than the night before and an oyster card with … Continue reading

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Short Exegesis (of An instance from which telepathy can be proved,…)

Short Exegesis: a story in Dadaoism (An Anthology) starts without a title.  In the contents it’s called Instance.  The first sentence implies: a first person past narrative; that this is one of annual visits from far-off to another character called … Continue reading

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A Line Drawn Under

“John!” the buzzer went. “Who is it?” “John!” It was obviously somebody who knew me; I let him in. “Do you remember my name?” “‘Yvann’.” He said he’d come to see me twice before. “I must’ve been out. Did you … Continue reading

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Heathrow Runway

This letter was published in the local newspaper, the Richmond and Twickenham Times on Friday, December 12. I’ve changed the original draft to the editor’s paragraphing and spelling of ‘nimbys’ but kept my abbreviations of verbal constructions. ‘Airport should have … Continue reading

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Gay London Pride

I’ve virtually stopped writing, even blogs, but am feeling compelled to as if there’s something worth in the occasion. The gang arrived to take me to Gay Pride. Charles, over from Paris for a court case, had a scar above … Continue reading

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Sharan’s Leave-taking

Adrian arranged to meet up town, after the party which had been brought forward to start at six thirty. I was early and hung about Jerusalem Bar and Kitchen before making yet another sortie in, at which point I met … Continue reading

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