Posts Tagged ‘Genevieve Rose Taylor’

interview by Joe Vaz

It's a ballad about ghosts and a lighthouse, but the similarities end there. The ghost in the rain was inspired by the ghost in the song.

From Issue 17 (Jan 2012)
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by Genevieve Rose Taylor

When she's gone, I realize that I've put my hand on my belly, like she did. I wonder if her secret is the same as mine, or if hers was worse. I still can't sleep, and why bother trying? Sleep steals away the only hours I have left, so I make myself another cup of coffee, and return to the window.

From Issue 17 (Dec 2011)
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