A Comet Appears by Jess Moleman PDF

By Jess Moleman

ISBN-10: 1409233162

ISBN-13: 9781409233169

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I’m a model, she told me. 35 —Wow, a model. What kind of model? —And there we go, she said. She picked up my hand and played with it. I let her. And there I guess our later friendship started. Exactly there, on a street in Amsterdam on a Saturday night and she looked so nice and friendly without a hint of sexuality even with her short skirt and she laughed again and so did I and the pause before her next words was where our friendship started. —I am sorry. I thought you recognised me. Men, boys sometimes do.

At the clinic for me everything went by like a silent movie. A very friendly nurse who threw me a terrible look took Vanessa away from me. I was obviously the wrongdoer here. But I could understand that. I was the wrongdoer. I think I might have read some magazines waiting for her to return, but mostly I recall a big clock, the ones you have in train stations, ticking the minutes away in which I didn’t know what was happening with Vanessa. She never told me what it was like in there, behind the doors, with the friendly nurse and probably more people.

I didn’t tell her everything. I didn’t tell her about the girls I had slept with to take my revenge, my revenge on the pleasure Vanessa had not given me after the first night. However, I did tell Lola about how I had not been able to shake off my memories of her friend. I entrusted her that I had fallen for her. Lola gave me the correct telephone number. We kissed each other on the cheek to say goodbye and I promised to make up for everything with Vanessa. From in front of the club I dialled Vanessa’s correct number.

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