“... even though such trifles were now of no concern. He had been tasked with inspecting the poison-blasted territory and he did so with the absorbed studiousness of a botanist explorer. A lurid sun made the medals on his chest gleam agreeably as he made notes.
'Ah! The tell-tale markings of white phosphorus… come and see!'”
(Penkethman, J. Postcolonial Postcards. Menard Press, 1973)
Written for the house of bedlam and first performed by them on 28/01/16