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between

hills are mirrors reflecting dreams bullet hole sun through sky window air comes in shards blown out, cutting rainbow bridges instants of sea...
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gorse

wild yellow, bold, bee-full, gladsome glory yellow glowing gifts grow, spirit lifting sweet, small yellow flames, lip-soft, scented, bright tip dull...
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view

My neighbour had seen me, slow pulling my shopping up the road had waved and cheerily bellowed "Can you not go faster?" Below his renovated house,...
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untravelling path

a memory of walking worn between trees into moss and fallen leaves. A parting as through hair, to tame or make bindable a growing thing shod foot...
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driverless

the more people run away the less there is to escape to the more beauty we buy the less room we have for truth we fuel our vehicles with tomorrows...
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139 of my comments have received 140 Great Feedback votes

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Posted on Sat, 30 Mar 2019

 

"I’ve got mine and he mustn’t touch.

We don’t like each other very much.

Although we have more or less the same,

I don’t want him to join in my game."

and

"and model soldiers all ready to die.

...

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Posted in BOOM or BUNCO

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 I hope things are better

Posted on Wed, 27 Mar 2019

 I hope things are better soon and you get the job in which you shine and are appreciated and paid what you deserve

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Posted in Putting Things Off

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I do like your adjectives in

Posted on Tue, 26 Mar 2019

I do like your adjectives in these, they make everything you list fun and real. I loved it when it was a fresh piece of paper, all smooth and cool with infinite possibilities of what it could become, and I got to choose, like being an...

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Posted in Colours for Kids 4)

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All natural things in this

Posted on Sat, 23 Mar 2019

All natural things in this one. Clever to think of sun making you brown! I bet that would appeal to a child. And not just gravy, thick gravy :0) And scuttling spiders. What great variety of emotions you evoke here!

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Posted in Kids' Colours 3)

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wow, this is lovely!

Posted on Fri, 22 Mar 2019

wow, this is lovely! Particularly like your description of daffoldils as "golden, dazzling clumps" and the new lambs "dancing, exploring and urgently feeding"

It is wonderfully full of life all through

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Posted in Wild daffodils of field and meadow*

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That's beautiful!

Posted on Sat, 16 Mar 2019

That's beautiful!

You have time as well as space in here, both your time there and future when the crops have grown. And the way the last line opens up is wonderful

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Posted in On Pippin’s Hill

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I remember the lorry one, it

Posted on Wed, 13 Mar 2019

I remember the lorry one, it was very funny :0) Have your whippets really caught squirrels??? My lurcher never did, but would sing/yelp/whine under trees as if his enthusiasm would make them fall out dazed. Whippets are the most beautiful...

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Posted in He said I was Whippety (Rimus Dissolutas)

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This is amazing and brilliant

Posted on Tue, 12 Mar 2019

This is amazing and brilliant, best thing I have ever read on this subject.

My son was in care for a while and we were told we might not get him back. People thought it was a consolation we might meet him when he was grown up. It is...

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Posted in Roots

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I used to like taking

Posted on Mon, 04 Mar 2019

I used to like taking pictures (can't get them in focus now) but I think you are right, something about how you have to objectify what you see, to make it fit into the frame, diminishes it. To stand there and soak in the sunset, to ACCEPT  it,...

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Posted in The Love of the Loveless (Chapter 6) (8)

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I like all the layers in this

Posted on Mon, 04 Mar 2019

I like all the layers in this, exploring so many ideas, whether we work to live or live to work, if you can live forever as a virtual mind in an artificial body, if that is the way mankind will colonise space, space debris, loss of resources. I...

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Posted in What is True?

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