Monthly Archives: September 2016

The past is a fogged mirror

Originally posted on Calling Through The Fog:
Susanna sits, flanked by her grandchildren at the edge of the fading family portrait. Her face is vague, the imprecise chemistry of the photograph eroding her features into mere hints of a thin,…

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“Jiran” aka Neighbours

  Beirut is a city that is hard to keep up with. It constantly morphs into something new, forever tries to rid itself of any traces of the war, conceal bullet holes and silence the voices from the past, pimps … Continue reading

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