Archive for February, 2012

The Rooms at Night
fiction by
David Waite

February 28, 2012

every room a soft grained fraction of a dream when lived in for years and the path of blood from the dog you followed through the hall, the black fur gleaming, comes back around as you scuff the floor after dark, no need for light with one hand raised before you. the weave of rug […]

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Rainbow poem by Peter Taylor

February 20, 2012

for Mary & the Friday shifters in Dialysis 2 My last Friday visit to the ward with chocolates for the nurses, two teas, a newspaper for her nap, and sterile hands that smell of apricots and alcohol as I scrub and enter this miraculous bus station of broken bodies and machines. My first week here […]

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