The Netmaker

"The Netmaker" the story follows four families who are all linked in some way to the Wilkinsons Lemonade Factory that was bombed during WW2. This is a tribute to the 107 people who lost their lives on 3rd May 1941

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“Yes I did, one night he came home drunk and forced himself on me; Tom was just a baby at the time. I pushed him off but he tore my clothes off and threw me onto the bed. He pushed and pushed with his little Willie but couldn’t get it in you see and I just laughed at him. This seemed to make him worse and he hit me across the face. So I told him that Tony had a whopper compared to his needle dick. It was after that he began to rape me and I got pregnant with Sam.

“It took him six years to get it in I said.’

“So there’s six years between your oldest child and your second one?’

“Yes, so what is your relationship like now?’

“Since Sam was born we haven’t had sex.’

“I notice you say have sex Emily, not making love. There is a difference you know.’

“If there is a difference I’ve never known it.’

“Well the difference is this Emily a man that you love and care for and he cares the same. The bond between you can never be broken. He cares how you feel and is considerate and patient and doesn’t just jump on you and thrust away until he is spent.’

“Can I ask you if you have ever achieved orgasm with a man?’

“No never.’

“Not even with Tony?’

“No.’

“You poor girl; are you still with your husband?’

“Yes, he’s over in France at the moment.’

“You cannot love this man Emily he is a beast.’

“I made my bed didn’t I.’

“You don’t have to spend the rest of your life with him.’ find someone who will love and cherish you and share his life and his body with you; then and only then will you feel the true meaning of love.’

“Who would take me on with two kids?’

“There are plenty of nice men out there Emily; you are still young and could be attractive if you could only stop drinking. The bottle isn’t the answer. I hope you realise that before it’s too late before it kills you.’

“I will end our session for today Emily and I want you to think very hard about what we have discussed this morning.’

“I would like to talk to you again next week if you would like to come along.’

“Well I have to don’t I or they won’t let me go home?’

“Our meetings are entirely up to you Emily, it would help you mentally to make progress with your life, and without the emotional crutch you use in way of alcohol.’

“If you can understand that; you are well on the road to recovery.’

Angela picked up the phone and asked the nurses to come back into the room.’

“Until next week then Emily.’

“Thanks Professor Morton.’

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