Thursday, 6 January 2011


Since the spill she'd had a relapse. The morning it happened, she'd walked in through the double-doors like a somnabulist, carrying the blackened body of a gull. She hugged it, rocking on her haunches, spilling tears while he helplessly watched her, stroking her neck where her gills used to be.

microfiction by Lisa Falzon

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