Monthly Archives: June 2014

Hearing an image: living with a touch of synaesthesia

Certain images make sounds.  Not sounds that could be mistaken for “real” sounds – no, more like the hint of a sound.  That’s been my life for at least the last ten years.  Or maybe I’ve always been this way, … Continue reading

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The Bone Tree

“I sacrificed a cow here, many years ago,” my grandmother said.  “The roots of this tree drank the blood.  See the skull?  That’s all that’s left of her, now.” “What did you want?” I asked. “I prayed that your mother … Continue reading


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