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31 A Full Moon In Torremolinos Mary knew a full moon in Torremolinos was risky, but with a first draft in her bones, she put up the chairs, set the wildlife free and was well on her way, before her husband’s corpse could be removed from the sandpit. She was in The Jolly Bull with pen and paper – doing it all for its own sake, after a hard landing in Malaga. Even if her husband weren’t found, he’d have a reasonable chance with his maker and she would try to finish the poem she’d been letting herself in for since conception.

62 Philip Philip, out of Sidney, is sixty-two and sedentary. He’s had a family. Here, in Broken Hill, he’s the wise Englishman who knows everything, but how to avoid beer-halls and dice. He’s got a pension, out of narrowing arteries, for church dinners and a hostel bed. One morning he took me for a walk, showed me a little wound and told me of his children. Behind a church, he turned his pockets out. They were full of cuttings from the past.

They lived gladly through a time when the skull was narrow; when there was less room for the tongue. 62 Philip Philip, out of Sidney, is sixty-two and sedentary. He’s had a family. Here, in Broken Hill, he’s the wise Englishman who knows everything, but how to avoid beer-halls and dice. He’s got a pension, out of narrowing arteries, for church dinners and a hostel bed. One morning he took me for a walk, showed me a little wound and told me of his children. Behind a church, he turned his pockets out.

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