She tells him that she loves him. She tells him that she feels bad. She tells him that she feels bad because she’s cheating on her boyfriend with him. She wonders if he suspects her. She tells him that if she found out that he was cheating on her, she would feel awful. He asks her how she can be certain that he isn’t cheating on her. He asks her if she suspects him. She asks him if he suspects her. She asks him how he can be sure that she isn’t cheating on him. He tells her that he loves her.
Joseph Rizzo-Naudi lives in London and has an MA in Creative and Life Writing from Goldsmiths. He is currently working on a project exploring his relationship with a blind nineteenth-century traveller.