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“He looked after me he did, particularly when I kept walking into doors. Of course he couldn’t do anything for me on the day I lost my footing with the carving knife.”

“Everyone agreed he was a good husband and father. Such a pity the kids couldn’t make the funeral, but they’re both abroad somewhere. It would be lovely to see them some day.”

“I don’t really see any of our old friends now – well they were his really. Of course I’m very well looked after now. I don’t go out anymore though. Nice room – all in one.”

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    Melanie over 3 years ago

    Subtle implications with a sad twist to the end. You say so much with so few words.

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    Neville Hunt over 3 years ago

    Thanks Melanie. I tried to base it on the monologue style of the great Alan Bennett. His 'Talking Heads' work which was brilliantly televised is loaded with meaning.

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    D.M. over 3 years ago

    It works well!

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    Neville Hunt over 3 years ago

    Thanks D.M. It's appreciated.

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