A FREE STORY: Clifford takes a moment to consider some ManWords that have been dripped into his ears for over seventy years. He thought they were nonsense. Were they?
“And when the words were gone from the page. He regretted it. Clifford folded the Order of Service into a boat. The dead man’s fat face filled one side of the sail. He might take it to the park and set it sail beside the ducks. It could be fun to watch the miserable sod float past them as they pecked at their soggy breadlumps. ManWords have something to say about daily bread, he thought, and about Boatmen punting bodies towards the mouth of Hades. ManWords have a lot to say about everything…”
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