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My stories

wings, late summer

Blue mussel shell halves sea and sky, within shining nacre clouds water colours burst bloom, rainbows prism- prison free. Eight swifts rejoicing in...
Cherry

wall

We're the biggest stone in the wall but we don't sit straight, almost fall each time we ask why are we here? This is our free will, to feel fear yet...
Cherry

airmail from the amazon (august 2018)

surrounded by green everywhere I walk through Life, breathe leaf breath only the wind comes guiltless messenger of our destruction
Gold cherry
Poem of the week

grass/july

Afternoon sun slants ghosts of gold bars through long shadow fingers. Green lush labyrinth layer on layer reaches, welcomes light. Stream's dark...
Cherry
Poem of the week

18th June Woods and back

When sun rules the year and all frost's armies turned to mist long burned up like cold caution warm calm, balmy days come seeming ceaseless. Wearing...

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198 of my comments have received 200 Great Feedback votes

2 Votes

what a great metaphor for

Posted on Wed, 19 Jun 2019

what a great metaphor for aging

We walked the plateau

Flat and scattered green

But now in this desert scape

Dragging our bags behind.

Pink is a halfway colour, isn't it? Unthreatening, which is why it's so scary...

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Posted in My Favourite Colour's Changed

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You've conveyed all your

Posted on Tue, 12 Mar 2019

You've conveyed all your feelings brilliantly, specially how jobs are seen as defining people, so not having one makes a person a blob. And yet not having a specific shape/a slot to fit into, makes you able to go anywhere, the possibility of...

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Posted in Last Week I Lost My Job (Rimus Dissolutas)

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BRILLIANT!!!

Posted on Wed, 20 Feb 2019

BRILLIANT!!! This is absolute magic :0)

love "pale posy bunches" "coin wings" Wow! "seed-bulge" perfect . Also "far beyond their leafing"

well, all of it, really!

 

Insert, i wasn't sure what the trees across the road...

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Posted in The fruit of the elm

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Very interesting to read his

Posted on Fri, 02 Feb 2018

Very interesting to read his story. I only really knew of him from hearing an interview about how by the time they let working class people into Oxford it was so dummed down there was no point going there, and that the elites never accepted him...

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Posted in Les Rowse, Philippe and I

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You are quite right Tom, it's

Posted on Sun, 17 Sep 2017

You are quite right Tom, it's just a collection of nature scenes. It's just that I realised that someone from centuries ago could have seen them, too. And while I think of the wood as a beautiful place to go and see the sun and hear the birds....

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Posted in time travelling

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brilliant. I would buy this

Posted on Sat, 14 Sep 2019

brilliant. I want to give this to my nieces :0)

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Posted in "The Trouble with Magical Beings" (A Fantasy) Chapter 7

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I am enjoying your story so

Posted on Sat, 07 Sep 2019

I am enjoying your story so much! I do hope you get it published, so many children would love it too

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Posted in "The Trouble with Magical Beings" (A Fantasy) Chapter 5

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"brought these walls and

Posted on Wed, 11 Sep 2019

"brought these walls and lawns within reach"

"The front gardens are overgrown or shingled now"

 do you remember when front gardens were rich with flowers,full of the gardener's heart and soul? Now people concrete or some other hard...

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Posted in What happened?

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Loved this :0) The bits about

Posted on Mon, 09 Sep 2019

Loved this :0) The bits about gender stereotyping running through were my favourite, but all of it I was smiling. It is a relief your Mum thought Ken Clarke OK. It always bothers  me a bit that I understand his point of view even if not agreeing...

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Posted in Pad Life: The Elephant In The Room

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Like Jenny and Rhiannon, I

Posted on Sat, 07 Sep 2019

Like Jenny and Rhiannon, I love the rhythm you have here, much too fast for the breath of walking, wheels spinning, gliding through all your encounters and thoughts. It is the movement that has brought the change, of friendly human contact on...

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Posted in Riverine reflection

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