Great feedback

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captured these moments with

Posted on Wed, 14 Jan 2015

captured these moments with lovely, delicate subtle word combinations...lines like reaching through the drivers door/to conjure up a metallic scraping/until the engine bubbled into life/like a mountain spring bottling these little cameos, as you...

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Posted in The Mechanic

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Hi Vera.

Posted on Sat, 19 Jul 2014

Hi Vera.

Three poems written as the heading suggests, with an apparent lightness which belies the terrors portrayed. The imagery is outstandingly vivid and as I expect from you with the description which assaults all senses, from the...

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Posted in Three Little Poems

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I really enjoyed the clarity

Posted on Sun, 29 Dec 2013

I really enjoyed the clarity of the writing, especially the 'insomniac sensory memory...' the power of an image to spring out at you in the present and clarify some aspect of the past.  something you want to forget or had forgotten..The Dance...

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Posted in Remembering M

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Love this, Tina. Bottled

Posted on Thu, 26 Dec 2013

Love this, Tina. Bottled 'laughter' is my childhood obsession. Used to fill bottles with laughter from age 7, still have them, don't dare take the lids off. You've applied a dear metaphor to a much loved person. Except it isn't a metaphor, it's...

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Posted in Mistletoe and Mothballs

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Loved this perspective of our

Posted on Mon, 09 Dec 2013

Loved this perspective of our great city Johnshade. Great lines in this.

Whorish lipstick on a pox scarred face, Pornographic Nurses on a Cholera ward, suicide induced small talk, and then the best of all, the last line.

Great stuff...

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Posted in I Heart London

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Moving and disturbing, this

Posted on Wed, 27 Nov 2013

Moving and disturbing, this is a smashing letting-go poem glowing in a crystall ball mix of black and white words, at times dark and dank and then young and skippy; a perfect balance for innocence's loss divided. It's full of zappy, peppery...

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Posted in A Study in Pysanky

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