Tag Archives: Douglas Noble

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Just a Drop

It was not that Michael Flatbush was nervous, for he was not. There was no reason to be. The man would just be fetching hot water, or towels, or soap. It was the waiting though, just the waiting that got to him. The endless cooped

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A Cabinet of Curiosity

The cupboard is a mess, I admit, but then is that really a surprise? The things are bundled together; crooked, squint, angles inverted. These are the things that shouldn’t be here, and that don’t have a name. Ropes of beads knotted into gaudy haemorrhoids, old

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An Hour of Observing

There’s a hell here, hidden. Ask anyone: they won’t know. It’s hidden. That’s how it works. Have there been bodies here? Possibly, probably. You find them everywhere. You find them with the crash and the boom of things, the way that events pile up. Mostly

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Stone Block

At the very end of the final hour the man gave in and went to pray to the statue of the saint. This was Saint Felix of Giotto, of course, one of the lesser known figures in the hall of beatitude. Felix was known as

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Window Notice

lost doggie went missin on his walk his name is busta and he will answer he went missing on the 10th of February and havent been seen since please if you seen him call my phone on 07X7222222221 anytime he is male doggie brown boxer

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Slab

In order to understand what has happened to Trevor Simcock we’re going to have to take things a step at a time, moving backward as we go. It’s not just the spider-web crack in the windshield or the thin sliver of blood that crosses his