Monthly Archives: October 2014

Physics

Mary Tweed’s proper figure is in shadow on the blackboard, she’s got straight hair back in an elastic, she’s briskly jotting figures, answers, codes, a whole wealth of possibilities, of physic options, on the board. chalk nimble in her long fingers, … Continue reading

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Deserted Son

Some hidden memory, of your time in the womb – your small thoughts flashing, dreaming of desert dancers and gyring dust. A soon to be birthing majnūn, A mum’s janīn, the bitter surprising result of tousled sheets and nights with … Continue reading

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just this…

a brush of wind from above, off a swan’s wings, a night flyer body blotting away the stars, it’s leering down at us, knowing that we know how it took the maiden and rode her down the airs currents, chests … Continue reading

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