Monthly Archives: September 2013

The Judging Process

The Judging Process with thanks to David Stavanger Venus gloats – another married man caught face down in the trough almost wishing his wife would find out. But the moon sinks. Departing tides always hurt. And who wants to see … Continue reading

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We Know What We Are Not

We Know What We Are Not The conversation had returned again to those moments, by now enriched by a private mythology, when they first set eyes on each other. (Ian McEwen, On Chesil Beach) The Mythology of a Civil War … Continue reading

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The Casualties of the Season

The Casualties of the Season 1 Boy hangs over handle bars. Youths crouch, listless. They watch a legend ride his motorbike around and around. The sky is a fresh sheet on an empty bed. The sky is a muted TV. … Continue reading

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