Oops!… We Did It Again (The Taste of Saint Nino’s Comb)

Erm… hullo there. (This is rather awkward…)

Dear Reader, the stuff that was originally posted here has been removed.

We have done this because said stuff has since been included in one of our published books. We hope you’ll believe us when we say we’re not trying to be stingy. No, this has been done to honour the people who have already spent their hard-earned money on our eBook creations.*

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by TETIANA ALEKSINA & TONY SINGLE
© All rights reserved 2017-2018

29 thoughts on “Oops!… We Did It Again (The Taste of Saint Nino’s Comb)

  1. Wow. This was so detailed and took me to an entirely different world. It read half as pilgrimage to love, half devolution to re-animation and also it was a phantasmagoric look at the hurts and costs of emotions. Terrific work! I love your longer poems so much

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    • Our emotions can sometimes lead us to places we otherwise wouldn’t go, and that can be either a bad thing or a good thing depending on the outcome. Life is such an unwieldy, messy thing really, and I wonder if most of us feel like we’ve got the proverbial tiger by the tail and are barely holding on? I could relate to this character’s journey (based on a real life person) and her regret at the life she lived. I’m so glad we wrote this.

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