One Last Encounter with Avrahami Semititski

One Last Encounter with Avrahami Semititski

 

I feel a great lurch of recognition that is so welcome, it is almost like love and I have to hold on to the railings. Avrahami is there across the road – large as life, and he sees me looking at him but he doesn’t smile.

 

The Broadsheet Story for May 2011 is One Last Encounter with Avrahami Semititski, by Clare Kirwan. For copyright reasons it cannot be downloaded as a pdf file, but you can read it in the web-based fiction magazine On The Premises.

Clare Kirwan is a performance poet who has contribted to a number of anthologies, including The Dead Good Poets Society: The Book and Funny Poems for Christmas. She is co-editor of the topical poetry blog Poetry24.

One Last Encounter with Avrahami Semititski was first published by On the Premises.

The Dead Good Poets Society: The Book Funny Poems for Christmas

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