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Beautiful bramleys, round and squat, dimpled at the stalk. Bright green, waxy skin and crisp flesh. Their bitter juice oozes and drips as I cut them. Brown lines appear as the air hits the delicate whiteness inside. I drop them … Continue reading
Glowing yellow, shiny with wax. I cut into one, revealing its juicy segments. Each one holds a hundred sharp little droplets, fitting together like scales. They bleed onto my fingers and I breathe in their acidic sweetness.