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I have 477 stories published in 11 collections on the site.
My stories have been read 117929 times and 77 of my stories have been cherry picked.
79 of my 3,500 comments have been voted Great Feedback with a total of 83 votes

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Coastal Path (4) Pen Dinas/Dinas Head

Down the twisty, steep and narrow lane, walk the headland, almost island, up and up, wide sea green, bursts of golden gorse; pass the Needle rock...

Coastal Path (3) – birds

Martins swoop, and loop the loop – out from the cliff whizz out to scoop unseen insects, whirl return: too fast to click a fly-past pic. Gulls upon a...
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Coastal path – (2) sound

High above the ocean, sea swells in motion – rounding smooth crags, pounding rock snags of splintering rocks splitting the surge, tossing away into...

The coastal path, nr Trefin, May (1) flowers

Gale tugging at hats, and whipping the waves, white horses cresting the rolling swells, rich golden gorse, and patches of bluebells, ox-eyes* and sea...

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79 of my comments have received 83 Great Feedback votes

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This reminded me of when my

Posted on Wed, 07 Jan 2015

This reminded me of when my son was being taught about the 'rules of composition' for music, and I worried he would lose what seemed to be spontaneous and individual intuition for what would make interesting sound. He assured me it wouldn't, but...

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Posted in The Discovered Unartist

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Trying to see where you're

Posted on Thu, 18 Dec 2014

Trying to see where you're coming from in this, PT. It's because of the suffering, death, sin, that God is doing something. I know we would like him to sort it all out at ths moment,  but just like the prophecies concerning his first...

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Posted in Broken Faith

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Stephen, I don't manage to

Posted on Thu, 11 Dec 2014

Stephen, I don't manage to dip much into the prose section, and horror and surreal isn't really my scene – I didn't even like 'Alice in Wonderland' as a child! However I did find reading this intriguing for the well-structured brevity, and the...

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Posted in Shadow Cooking

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Thanks, I appreciate your

Posted on Mon, 15 Sep 2014

Thanks, I appreciate your interest at analysis, Stephen. My background is Welsh and Welsh poetry which makes a lot of use of repetition of consonants or part words to form unbotrusive patterns to help the impact of verse. (In its technical...

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Posted in No Ties (IP)

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So enjoyed catching up with

Posted on Tue, 19 May 2015

So enjoyed catching up with this one, Tina. So many little details brought in lightly. Liked the bonfires' end and the starlings. Rhiannon

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Posted in Run Roe Deer Run

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Brings to mind scenes from

Posted on Thu, 14 May 2015

Brings to mind scenes from the era of my childhood somehow.
On second time round reading this, I think the 'goodbye to brief lives and all that might have been.' and the ceasing to be, brings to my mind a pratical approach...

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Posted in A Small Ceasing to Be

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I've been wanting to get out

Posted on Wed, 06 May 2015

I've been wanting to get out into the countryside at night, and forgetting, or the difficulties of our caring for the elderly. My daughter spent a year high in the Alps and spoke wonderingly about the clarity of the 'jewels in the sky'. A few...

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Posted in Lights in the Sky

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Find the first verse very

Posted on Tue, 05 May 2015

Find the first verse very vivid, and so beautifully brief.
The word 'tiff' seems to bring out the momentousness that one side can feel from what is realised should be viewed as petty and trivial misunderstanding, and the feeling of...

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Posted in Tiff

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I have never been there, and

Posted on Mon, 04 May 2015

I have never been there, and not likely to, now. This sounds like it is based on a lovely clear etched memory. Rhiannon

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Posted in Now Blooms the Magnolia

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I feel I'm watching into the

Posted on Fri, 01 May 2015

I feel I'm watching into the tank to try and decide what my in-laws want to do.
What I found with both of them is that though we would try to get some stimulation going, eg videos, they would easily say they'd seen it before or weren't...

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Posted in Surface Tension

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