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I have 425 stories published in 9 collections on the site.
My stories have been read 93204 times and 62 of my stories have been cherry picked.
53 of my 2,835 comments have been voted Great Feedback with a total of 55 votes

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Advent Calendar … December 22nd (+ prev.)

December 22 Shepherds the news from the angel heard –
they went, saw, and told of this wonderful word. (Luke 2:8-20)...

A monkey nut drama

The squirrels were busy
kept coming to bury
monkey nuts found far away.

A bird table’s wealth
embezzled with stealth?...

Advent Calendar … December 21st (+ prev.)

[notable events/promises leading to the coming/advent]
December 21: They travelled to Bethlehem, because of the census;
while there, as foretold, Christ was born, come to help us.(Luke 2:1-7)

Advent Calendar … December 20th (+ prev.)

[notable events/promises leading to the coming/advent]

December 20: Reassurance to Joseph, betrothed to be wed:
do not fear, for the son to be born is from God. (Matthew 1:18-21)

Advent Calendar … December 19th (+ prev.)

[notable events/promises leading to the coming/advent]

December 1: Amazing the message, and Mary believed –
she’d mother the Saviour – by miracle conceived. (Luke 1:26-38)

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53 of my comments have received 55 Great Feedback votes

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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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You capture the hardness for

Posted on Mon, 22 Dec 2014

You capture the hardness for many of the time of year. And for others the artificial merriment and warmth can leave a loneliness for real affection. (which was on my mind in that other one of mine recently.) Rhiannon

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Posted in Is It Christmas?

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I'm afraid I hadn't noticed

Posted on Sun, 14 Dec 2014

I'm afraid I hadn't noticed this last week. It has an intriguing wistfulness. Love the feeling of the wind, and the sounds can be so varied and odd - nice when comfy indoors, like the sounds of the rain. Rhiannon

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Posted in Wild and Beautiful

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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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You've rephrased some of

Posted on Wed, 17 Dec 2014

You've rephrased some of these thoughts, while redrawing the moment (stopping the clock in a sense) and there is much tender beauty in the captured scene, linked to past memories, and present struggles, which could help others. Rhiannon

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Posted in Quarter to January

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The interview with

Posted on Tue, 16 Dec 2014

The interview with Ipnasoletok is fascinating. Was the ban on speaking their languages lifted in later years? It reminds me of youngsters in Wales years ago having to wear a board saying 'Welsh Not' i think if caught speaking the language, but in...

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Posted in We Who Survived -16 - Perrin Whitman and the Indians -part 3

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There has always been a

Posted on Sun, 14 Dec 2014

There has always been a tension between being open with any nationality about things in their lives that are definitely coming between their hearts and God, and what is just more minor things, and cultural differences between people of different...

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Posted in We Who Survived -14 - Perrin Whitman and the Indians -part 1

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The sun sets over the birches

Posted on Mon, 08 Dec 2014

The sun sets over the birches –
pencil-sketched on a gun-metal sky

that's lovely and fits the beautiful picture so well. Such evenings are times for memories and longing. regards, Rhiannon
[ricochets  of lathe and...

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Posted in December Late Afternoon

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This has made me think how

Posted on Tue, 18 Nov 2014

This has made me think how such a saved letter can bring memories of the person active and communicating, maybe more than a photograph. Rhiannon

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Posted in PS No PS

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