Cold. Rowan trees scatter red confetti on passers by. Lost gloves and lonely hats placed on window sills. Betty tells me her uncle had been a hairdresser in Leith and was so small he had to stand on an orange box to cut hair. Newspaper clippings on the wall of the cafe. Mince and tatties and mushy peas. How cold is it ? Very, but not enough to turn on the heating. A young woman shouts ….’Why is everything shit ?’. Stockings wrinkle below the knee. Two soft fried eggs. She’ll make herself a hot water bottle when she gets in. She squeezes herself at the thought and smiles. Outside the day moves on quietly, trying to see the best in it.

2 responses to November

  1. lloydsloops says:

    when does the book
    get published?
    these stories
    your story telling
    vivid of
    image strewn

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  2. Hi Lloyd, well hoping to get a publication together for the show next year. I’ll keep you posted! Thanks again for your support, and everyone who comments or likes my words and images. It means a lot. Thankyou, .

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