And I felt a lurch in my stomach as I spoke. People always think they feel things in their hearts, but they don’t – it’s all in the stomach. On Valentine’s Day there should be big red stomachs hanging up in shops, and the cards should say – you are my sweet-stomach, my stomach is all yours, and stuff like that.
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"We All Die in the End", (now with 5 star reviews on Goodreads and Amazon) is available in both paperback and ebook editions on Amazon. The book is an unusual collection of interlinked stories set in a small town on the Co Down coast. Some are grim, some deal with abusive relationships but there's a lot of dark humour here, and joy too. 16 of the 19 tales have been previously published in literary magazines, or have been broadcast, or both. I am currently working on a collection of poetry "The Red Petticoat". I can be contacted here at WordPress or at the links below: twitter @elizabethmerry1 amazon.com/author/elizabethmerry email@example.com View all posts by Pink Roses