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Sasha’s Morning

Ripples of contentment quiver through Sasha's body. She stretches in her bed, feels the tingle in her toes right up to the top of her head. Life is good. She leaps out from under the covers and walks into the kitchen. Gerry's already there, preparing breakfast for the two of them. 'Morning,' he says, pecking… Continue reading Sasha’s Morning

Fiction

Lillith’s World

  Whatever she was supposed to do with her life, it wasn’t this. Lillith watched as her only child, a four-year-old boy, rocked back and forth, sitting on the rug in the living room.  She sipped her tea, resentful that this was her experience of motherhood.  Lillith called to him, ‘James,’ but he didn’t seem… Continue reading Lillith’s World