Hurry up, then.
I enjoyed the first part very much, very eerie, a little Murakami-ish. The simple descriptive language and the way you use repetition/pattern is exquisite.I'm not sure that the link is obvious (Simon, you need to click on the visual), it took till the second post to figure it out.
Ah, thanks, I'll make the link more obvious.
So I do...awesome.
I've got no words. It's like you're in my head or something....only better at it. Liked the most- He said no...he'll have always said no. andI've got to quit my job to find out...he waited and waited. I like it, even without all the adjectives.