‘A remarkable life’ by Niall Firth

A remarkable life Once they’d hoiked out her irradiated heart it powered steam turbines to keep us warm. Her titanium sternum, dripping in parsley green, was lowered carefully into a cove off Dubai where scuba divers dart in between her curving ribs like tropical fish and pause to take photos wrapped in her chest cavity. Her glorious mouth, now safely de-barbed, was mounted on a … Continue reading ‘A remarkable life’ by Niall Firth