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reading in an infinity pool so you can look out over the sea like you’re in the top-flight in the battle against relegation previous flatmates have all been musicians or creatives of some sorts and I would love to keep it that way … Continue reading

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The Retail Park

i. He had the dates 1914 ~ 1918 shouldered (?) on the side of his cab bit at the front on the door and an airbrushed picture of a face beneath it that had been done very nicely It had … Continue reading

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The Student Experience

The Student Experience A decade and a half after the milliennium in the summer we all had done so well that we threw up our rental hat in the air in a photo and hand on hip stood with mum and … Continue reading

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Plumbing

Plumbing Ten thousand years ago the first philosophers dug wells in the complete fucking dark, often falling and snapping their bodies wedged at gross angles, trapped deep in hell. Then a bucket lowered by a hand-nodding pole held in a … Continue reading

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“Skate Park”

“Skate Park” I wrote down skate park I didn’t actually skateboard or know anyone who did but it felt like the right and rebellious thing to do because of the three quarter length sleeve shirts in rows of 40 with … Continue reading

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Withdrawn

Withdrawn They’ve taken the flagpole down. Outside the show house. The wind would whip its ropes on sundays, ring and whistle. The clouds would hurtle, the sky would be bleached white. It would be quarter past three on a sunday … Continue reading

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Advert George Clooney and Albert Einstein both wore this brand of watch. Perhaps you too could be both as successful and as famous as George Clooney and Albert Einstein if you wore this brand of watch. If a train fell … Continue reading

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