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Time Heals… – Chapter Six

The rain lets up a little bit, but I still drive slowly. The sign declaring I’m in Westmeadow is half hidden behind an overgrown bush and there’s almost enough dirt to cover the rest of it. The buildings come into … Continue reading

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Time Heals… – Chapter Five

What’s the worst that can happen? He could hurt me, a lot. He could take a scalpel from the operating room and tear me to pieces. Wouldn’t even put it past him to do that. And I wouldn’t blame him … Continue reading

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Time Heals… – Chapter Four

My earliest memory is my parents taking me into Northampton for the fair during some school break. I have snippets from before then, but that’s the earliest concrete memory I have. My mum drove us, Dad never passed his test. … Continue reading

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Time Heals… – Chapter Three

I live near Earl’s Court in London. In Dave’s basement. Casey drove us down the long streets, past convention centres, tube stations, shops and restaurants. I didn’t know where we were going. I was just going along for the ride, … Continue reading

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Time Heals… – Chapter Two

I wish I could say that I hadn’t thought about Westmeadow or Holy Trinity Hospital in years, but that’s not true. It seeps back into me on an almost nightly basis. As the empty silence takes over every night, memories … Continue reading

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