‘Meet me at midnight’

“Tonight, when the sun has disappeared and there’s a moon to light the way, wait patiently until the others are tucked up beneath the thick purple clouds, and only then it’s safe to go, turn your back on the halo of the city and run, you’ll need to run to reach me in time; follow the spidery meadow trails that lead towards the trees, and then at every fork run left until there’s no path to choose, and you’ll end up breathless somewhere inside, a very particular somewhere you’ll never find by day: a clearing of the pines, a circle made of stones, where a scream sounds like a whisper, and whispers can’t be heard at all, and that’s where I’ll be waiting for you.”