From Issue 11: Sackville Street

David Halliday It is the quiet that wakes me. I rise with the sense that something unplaceable has changed. Unsure of the time, I peek under the curtains. Morning sun glints white off pre-Federation chimneys and corrugated iron roofs. The rain is gone. For weeks, the entire sky was liquid and glassy. During the perpetual…

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