Issue Ten:
A short course of treatment

By Tim Love

 

Six walls replace three of scenery.

On the sides, slowly moving faces

sucking at the glass.

 

They put a colourful ruin in the centre

so they can watch me explore in and out,

questions and answers.

Every so often they add more

complications to avoid –

a plant, a diver, a treasure chest.

 

Each week while I’m out

of the way they clean, and

I forget everything.


About the Contributor

Tim Love’s publications are a poetry pamphlet Moving Parts
(HappenStance) and a story collection By all means (Nine Arches Press).
He lives in Cambridge, UK. His poetry and prose have appeared in Stand,
Rialto, Magma, Unthology, etc.


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