Monthly Archives: February 2018

A Sense of Place

Stretching your arms across the river You held the weight of the steel workers The foundaries are now dead and buried Yet The Transporter Bridge does not shirk its responsibilities.   A star of film, myth and legend A survivor … Continue reading

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Faithful

He was hiding, the coward. He was hiding in the well instead of going out to fight. But what could a ten year old do? He would be found, he knew that. They would be thorough, making sure that each … Continue reading

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Andrew’s Bedsit 3

‘What people?’ Andrew shouted. ‘I’ve kept my head down. No one’s after me!’ ‘I’m sorry Andrew,’ the officer said. He pointed to Sophie who was being put into the back of the police van. ‘She’s betrayed you.’ ‘What the hell … Continue reading

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Andrew’s Bedsit 2

‘That time there, the landlord was selling up, so I had to move out,’ Andrew said. ‘So I was in this hostel, but you can’t work and stay there cos then you’d have to pay the staff’s wages and everything, … Continue reading

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Andrew’s Bedsit

They had never loved anyone before. Andrew and Sophie huddled together with donated blankets around them as they sat side by side in the deep doorway of a disused factory. Everything was disused here. Many years ago, this area had … Continue reading

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