LIVING ON BORROWED TIME
“I took another look at the ring. As lovely as it was, it was someone else’s ring, and I just couldn’t understand what it was doing on my finger. ”
LONGING FOR HOME
“Where are we?”
I was less forceful this time. More curious than demanding.
“Why dear, don’t you know?”
I think I did. Suddenly my mind became perfectly clear; what had happened on the bus; where I was; why I was here.
“Saving lives is a capital offence…I can tell you he was far from ignorant about the seriousness of what he was doing. He knew there are some things you just can’t mess with.”
By day I search for them, and by night I hide from them.
In my dreams I hear them speak. Clear on the sea breeze, with the saltiness of much malice.
“Let’s end his misery. He will die anyway”.
These stories, and 11 others like them, form an eclectic gathering that is sure to both entertain, intrigue and challenge you.
Welcome to the mind of Matthew.