Tag Archives: Sarah Law

I Search for the Midnight Pharmacy

Because I have an emergency prescription for two weeks’ worth of dreams: one to be taken at the shudder of dusk; another if required between half three & four with a little whiskey. Side effects may include hopefulness, also disorientation, … Continue reading

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I collect more teabags in their yellow sachets

They’re complimentary & it’s awful to be without, indeed both of us, mother & daughter, are great tea drinkers although I also like green & the odd chamomile; in fact it is possible to feel drunk on the needles, the … Continue reading

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