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“Gary don’t move, I’ll be there in two seconds.”
“Darling everything’s going to be fine, mummy’s here.”
“The man was bludgeoned to death in his apartment, a neighbour was slightly injured.”
“Did you hear someone was killed in apartment 2 in the corner house?”
“Do you know who lived in that apartment?”
“I wonder when we will go to war?”
“Don’t they realize thousands will die?”
“One minute you could be talking, the next minute you could be dead, life is so precious.”
“Does he not realize the whole world is against them, hating and slandering.”
“Did you hear someone was killed in apartment 2 in the corner house.”
“Do you ever wonder how you’re going to die?.”
“Darling we need some milk, I won’t be long.”
“Did you hear someone was killed in apartment 2 in the corner house?”
“I could murder a pint.”
“How could someone hammer someone to death?”
“All you need is love.”


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C.lynagh


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The following comments are for "When you listen"
by C.Lynagh

so true isn't it
that absurdity, horror and banality jostle and compete cheek to jowl in human conversation and human life, seemingly indiscriminately... the preposterousness of that condition is nicely distilled here, I feel. thanks for sharing this.

( Posted by: AuldMiseryGuts [Member] On: August 22, 2007 )





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