Tag Archives: Adele Fraser

Immunity

Alice, immoveable, immune to my terror. A nurse who has suffered every strain of this illness, gaining natural inoculation together with the empathy of experience. A mutual gift. I am insusceptible to your fears. I will not catch them and … Continue reading

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The Slate Town

As the train enters the birth canal, chocolate-box landscapes dissolve from consciousness, and are remembered, if at all, as the pictures of a child, garish in Crayola crayon. We speed through darkness, away from light, until the train emerges, reborn … Continue reading

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