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You may be my saviour

With a Bible on one hand and a wash cloth in the other I find that sex is difficult whatever  or whoever My arms unable to embrace, I feel I am in danger Despite that you’re my husband and not … Continue reading

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Mary wants a party

Stan was down on his hands and knees washing and scrubbing at the carpet with a new microfibre cloth and some shampoo for dry hair.He had a bucket of hot water beside him. Happy, as always, when cleaning and scrubbing … Continue reading

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Broken windows

  Passing water into a small bottle for the doctor to have analysed is a task even the most brilliant find hard.Rosa  was not even  averagely  brilliant amongst the brilliants of history like Plato,Aristotle ,Simone de Boredwoy or Blaze Rascal not … Continue reading

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I  feel I’m  more important than before

I  feel I’m  more important than  before For no-one cared I lived here in my house Now Google  spies on me  through my glass door If I buy shoes from Clarks, they’ll tempt me more Advertising frequently  and loud I  … Continue reading

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I’d be afraid of  a nuclear accident in my chest

She thought she’d like to be a poet Calculating her vocabulary was ironic She wrote free verse in stanzas three lines long With a short intermission She learned innocent  and good people Attract the Evil and that even people who … Continue reading

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He said I can keep the box

  Mary was in the bijou teal coloured kitchen of her almost detached house making a jam sponge pudding when the doorbell rang.She wiped her hands on her new purple trousers because she didn’t want to dirty a clean towel. … Continue reading

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Emile eats the cheese

e North Yorkshire     Mary was sitting at her table reading a piece in the Guardian Family section When she had finished the sad interview with a woman whose son had shot dead 5 children in a school,she tried … Continue reading

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Wondered what she might say next that could offend millions around the globe

While Mary sat in the kitchen on a large pine chair looking at Hotter’s  latest shoe catalogue,Annie was creeping up the garden path in a pair of turquoise suede elegantly heeled shoes matching her teal tencel culottes and matching blouse.Round … Continue reading

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Stan wants a chamber pot for Xmas

Cats by Katherine Stan was recovering from his long feverish cold and cough.He had Emile standing on his desk under the window cleaning it with a microfibre cloth fastened to his right front paw Very good,Emile,he said in a husky … Continue reading

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A polyester jump suit for Mary?

Mary sat in her dining room listening to Sir Michael Atiyah on the Today programme where he was talking about very advanced Group Theory .Many years ago she had known this great man, though he had scarcely noticed her despite … Continue reading

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