Saturday, 26 May 2012

Made in Italy

There is a convent school next to Parliament Hill Fields in London; it has high white walls and hundreds of kites are marooned in its trees. 

In the middle of the convent school there is a beautiful garden reserved for the nuns only. In the middle of the garden there is a shed. Inside the shed is a machine shipped over from Italy when the convert was built. 

The machine hums day and night and makes faith. When you walk past the convert school you can smell it. It smells a bit like almonds.

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