In Paris, alone, five stories’ high, naked and taut, she perched like a still life gargoyle come to life.
The Naked Woman in Paris by Simmon Wagner
The Naked Woman in Paris has maturity only in hindsight. On this trip, I was very much in love with my wonderful husband, exploring Switzerland, Italy, France, Germany, Belgium, London and Paris, but in all our busyness, I had forgotten I need stillness too.
Paris awoke in me my stillness.
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Memoria is edited and presented by Nat V.
Simmon’s short story, The Naked Woman in Paris is written by Simmon Wagner and read by Petra Glieson. The story is edited by Nat V.
Music in this episode is by Blue Dot Sessions, “Floating Whist” and Dana Boule “Tomorrow Comes”.
Illustrations by Peta Manning. Her book, See Me Doodle, is out now.
Sound effects used in this episode by:
Street of Paris by ptrckd
Getting out of bed by SpliceSound
Snoring by JasonElrod
Saxophone sound in Paris Metro by lmartins
Sonic Postcards » Paris Rue Calme by frankd
Pigeons, flapping of wings by BBC SFX
Laughter in the Beaubourg by soundlandscapes
Pigeons taking off by Glaneur de sons
Walking in slippers by Panska
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