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Maurice Devitt

Truth or Dare It was the last day of summer and the grass in the back field was too high for football so you suggested hide-and-seek. As I counted down I sneaked a glimpse of you slipping through the hedge, … Continue reading

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Maurice Devitt

A Lifetime in Aleppo Swaddled into a world where life is the only antidote to death, she wakes to the crumpled landscape of her mother’s skin, eyes drawn to etchings of blood on bone, learns to fear the silence, to … Continue reading

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Maurice Devitt

Black Soutane The silent smell in an empty wardrobe, the folds of sweat. The point just behind your eyes that you will never see – your secret becomes ours; how a blackboard licked with the taste of chalk, can ever … Continue reading

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