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I have 456 stories published in 10 collections on the site.
My stories have been read 109698 times and 75 of my stories have been cherry picked.
71 of my 3,306 comments have been voted Great Feedback with a total of 75 votes

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Rhiannon

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Gold cherry

Morphing Treescapes

The view of trees so gaunt and grey
along the road, is giving way
to softening tinge of green transforming …
… until we see fresh beauty
in autumn colours …
and silhouettes on winter skyline …

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7 days after the Resurrection

One week later, though locked the door,
Jesus came and said, once more,
“Peace be with you!”
Thomas missed that time before –
and said he’d not believe, unless
his finger in the holes could press …

‘My Lord, my God’ – now filled with awe
see Thomas worship and adore.

What do grown-ups mean by a ‘short’ walk?

Kick a ball and climb a tree –
a walk with lovely views to see.
Daddy says, ‘We’ll circle down
– we’ve time a-plenty’,
...

A ‘little bit’ of what you fancy … (IP)

A little runny honey
is lovely to lick,
but a lot just makes my tummy
sick;
and chocolate too is yummy,
but it makes...

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71 of my comments have received 75 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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Don't need the wood for

Posted on Wed, 15 Apr 2015

Don't need the wood for knocking on, but those birds being fed sure need them for bugs and nests!
Just changed the last verse since last night? I think I hadn't picked up the relevant point of the woods by the old bungalow being removed for...

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Posted in An Everyday Story of Country Folk

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You've caught such a lot in

Posted on Wed, 15 Apr 2015

You've caught such a lot in that little verse. Delightful! Though troubles come to the trusting one, they are kept through it by his power, and his blood has won the victory! Rhiannon

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Posted in No Worries With Jesus

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That third verse is

Posted on Fri, 10 Apr 2015

That third verse is especially lovely, and captures that view. All birds of prey seem so elegant, especially the kite. Is the pic a kite, I thought their tails were always more, or less, forked? I know I'm sometimes puzzled at the 'less forked'...

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Posted in A First Foraging

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as indicated I understood and

Posted on Wed, 01 Apr 2015

as indicated I understood and appreciated the drift away from 'boring' or merely moralistic preaching when the singing could be done elsewhere, so when I was young the attendance at the chapels was clearly about to drop rapidly. Later I found...

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Posted in A Very Welsh Thing (IP)

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I thought it was a dog, but

Posted on Mon, 30 Mar 2015

I thought it was a dog, but it seemed to be a cat! Liked the digging and the perfume. But wasn't sure about the 'his' in the last line - is it the husband having nine lives or should it be 'your' referring to the cat? Maybe I'm totally wrong, if...

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Posted in The Prodigal

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What a lovely little inciden

Posted on Fri, 27 Mar 2015

What a lovely little inciden capturedt! Was it a green woodpecker? I gather they do hammer sometime but my husband used to tell me, if it's the hammering you hear, then it's the greater spotted. He keeps having to turn my attention to it anyway,...

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Posted in Spotted at Dawn

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