Tag Archives: Jude Cowan Montague

Mechanical Rabbits

Bernard’s wife is in hospital. She fell, decorating their house at Christmas, so he has to organise Easter alone, with seventy-seven bunnies. One lays eggs, another cycles across a tight-rope. He speaks over his tannoy             Is that Paul – aha … Continue reading

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Seeing you again,

here, well…I didn’t think it possible. I carried those photos around so long. And now we’re laughing, Hussein balancing himself against the van door – he needs more than his stick these days. We made it together with the old … Continue reading

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