- Unattainable Earth | the space between the rain – drops.
“For him, the understanding will arrive one Sunday afternoon weeks later when he is with his wife, walking the circular concrete path around a pond in the Botanic Gardens. He will look out over the pond and then remember the image, of his foot next to hers in the water. Their feet were so close, centimetres apart, but they never touched”.
- Knowledge | Nature: International Weekly Journal of Science
“Because they had to rely on memories of memories, the past was hard to know. And if you did not know the past, how could you learn from it? How could knowledge be preserved other than by memory?”
- My Lost Year: A Brief Memoir of Disconnection and Return | The Bygone Bureau
I’m always nostalgic for the ’90s.
- FML: The Couple That Need (sic) To Take Up Scuba-Diving Together | Cowboy Caleb: A Gonzo Journal
“One of my pals has a new obsession which he never fails to share every single sordid detail of, every day, without fail, with me.
He has gotten it into his head that his wife of 1 year, is having an affair.
‘Is it because your wang can no longer achieve tumultness (sic)?’ I ask”.
- Rescue | Waiter Rant
Bar the title, I think it’s quite interesting detective fiction.