English Language by Lynn White

English Language Times change and language changes with them. Lost to English is the singularity of the second person, recognisably archaic and unmourned in our time, but controversial and contested as it declined. Many heads were shaken at this innovation Continue reading English Language by Lynn White

Rabbit by Lynn White

Rabbit A rabbit ran out from the rocks and looked up. Bright eyes caught in the glare of my headlights. I swerved and braked. Probably should have done one or the other. Should have made a choice. There’s hindsight for Continue reading Rabbit by Lynn White

Annabel And The Artist by Lynn White

Annabel And The Artist Annabel had been a Social Worker for a good many years. She’d seen it all, or so she’d thought. And then she met the artist. Neighbours had reported concerns, but were somewhat vague about the problems. Continue reading Annabel And The Artist by Lynn White