Tag Archives: Kathy Gee

Obsession

It won’t be long ’til boat-floats dance on sandbanks, ripples lacing scummy seams together. Brackish waters finger forward. Saltmarsh turns to floodplain, unobserved. The wise know when to bundle fishing rods, traipse back towards the shore. A plait of footprints … Continue reading

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Longshore drift

My surgeon smooths the gradient, removes detritus, cuts away old choices. Fingers suck out sighs of brine, pump triumph through the thinning veins of my favoured arm. I feel a blast of salt-spray wind, exhale it through my ears like … Continue reading

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