Home #Blue Nib Issues Issue 40 | December 2019 | Paris Vagrant. Fiction from Michael Paul Hogan

Paris Vagrant. Fiction from Michael Paul Hogan

I often wander through the streets of Paris completely destitute, wearing a corduroy jacket and a workingman’s cap, accompanied only by the sound of the nails in the soles of my boots as I clatter and spark beside the quais and under the bridges along the banks of the Seine – although sometimes, from the shadows of an archway, a voice will cry out,

          “Bonjour, Monsieur le Vagabond!”

          “Bonjour, Jean-Jacques le Chapardeur!”
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