Her Today

HER TODAY  by Kelvin M. Knight   She could do this. Today she wouldn’t recoil from the cannula’s bite. Today she wouldn’t fear that drip drip dripping, drowning her, changing everything. Today her watchword was welcome. Welcome the medication. Welcome this boredom. Welcome that pain and energy drain. Closing her eyes, she saw her brain … Continue reading Her Today


Which Hat?

PHOTO © Björn Rudberg WHICH HAT? by Kelvin M. Knight There was something about this moment. Those families braving this freezing weather, together, filled him with… ‘Warmth?’ Sighing, he could think their togetherness wouldn’t last, that tomorrow they would return to the normality of separate lives, that there would only be foolhardy dog walkers braving … Continue reading Which Hat?