Amal Salah

London, Greater London, GB

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Amal Salah

Category Audiobooks
Language English (British)
Voice Age Young Adult (18-35)
Description Len is in a mental health institution. He has mistaken one of the nurses for his dead wife.
Transcript Note: Transcripts are automatically transcribed and may contain errors.
Millie. Millie, I knew it was you. I wasn't sure at first, but I'll have in the light. Even if you had that shade, I never forget a face All this time I've lived with it all this time I've lived with the pierced heart. You don't know what pain you put me through, Millie. When you went to town this afternoon you smile so sweetly just like a ray of sunshine. You said you just go into town for some things. Just a few things. You said you'd be back in time to fix supper. And he smiled and waved and I waited and I waited. Supper time came a Mr Johnson from the mill. He came to the door and said that there was a body in the river that you had jumped into the river. That the Curly boys had seen you jump off the uptown Bridge. But I know he was lying. It can't be true. There's no reason for you to harm yourself in that way. I'm a good husband. I'm a good husband. I am. I kept the garden up. I'm sure I didn't do as good a job as you. I was never good with weeds and such on a porch. Had a new coat of paint last four. The time of day you wouldn't return. But I need that. You wouldn't decide me. I knew you'd come back.