The Winterfood Diaries

The Winterfood Diaries

Monday, 17 July 1989

Wasp Cascade

11.50pm.

‘P-Machinery’ – Propaganda

Echoes…

Last nite, I dreamt a special dream.  I was walking down North Brink, past Dr Somerville’s house, and, as I passed its window, a figure caught my eye.  Who?  The Girl herself.  She stuck her tongue out, so I walked to the window + said, ‘I’m sorry I didn’t notice you.  It’s like yesterday.  I tried to smile + maybe grab your attention, but you were looking away…’
‘I bet,’ she said, drily.
‘It’s true,’ I replied, then went on my way.

Today, my mind has been a cascade of her.  I feel positive about her.  I want to be with her and it’s a great feeling.  Unrivalled.  It must BE again; she and me.  I will allow nothing less.  LET IT BE.  PLEASE.  GIVE ME ONE MORE CHANCE.

But things have probably changed.

I CAN JUST TELL…


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Next time: ‘Pessimism…’

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