November 24, 2020

A hero’s smile by Catriona Kerridge

There once was a girl, no, wait, a woman. She was beautifully normal. She made a lot of a little money. Enough for her complicated yet simple life. Her shoes were Velcro or slip-ons. Her […]

Visa – a poem by Claire Dyer

That last day of the Festival it rained – huge, hot, summer rain; it fell like songs. And she’d left her papers in London, so he drove her there, shouting mostly. This is not pretty, […]

Hi Dearest – the best in Spam poetry

Hi Dearest, I’m Miss Mirian Brent. I saw your contact , and i was deeply moved. I think that you are a very interesting person. i dont think that the age appearance is so important. […]

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