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Chutes of Spring

*/ Freshet chill blue ceiling full clouds uncoil loosedrops cold spool, pool till slow supple surface slope-called, slips dimples ripple, demure...
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Cherry
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February low tide

He comes in, rosy cheeks smooth-cool to mine as the inside of half cockles we used to collect on the beach as big as his hands, then. The shells we...
Gold cherry
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finding peace

As I fish fur from my coffee mug the rhythm of your purr's like the chug of the ferry bringing people home or strangers, who from far places come...
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left over

these are the left over years life reduced, the womb dry. If I were a vegetable I would be limp but I am stiffening, from the fingers in and my...
Cherry

Sum of the storm

wind worm winds through rough woos trees, shatters these breathing roofs; leaves scatter. In the aftermath trunks, reaching equal signs cross blank...

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 Love "sprinkled sparkling".

Posted on Fri, 03 Apr 2020

  "sprinkled sparkling" is gorgeous. And

with tight-flower-bud posies waiting
to garland itself with white blossom

the repeated sounds of white and light, wait(ing) and it(self), bloss(om) and pos(ies). Those lines seem huge...

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I enjoyed this very much. I

Posted on Sat, 04 Apr 2020

I enjoyed this very much. I liked all the different distances the sounds were coming from, and you moving through them, too

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That's a good metaphor. I

Posted on Wed, 01 Apr 2020

That's a good metaphor. I like the idea of readymade entertainment on telly and stuff you make yourself from ingredients to hand, less exotic but more (ful)filling.

Advanced civilisations not having trees, yes! Have noticed that too. We...

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I wonder if it will help your

Posted on Thu, 02 Apr 2020

I wonder if it will help your Mum, thinking she is back in the war? 

I like the feeling of being in a warm glass bubble you have made, floating in the peace, out of the wind. And loved your description of the bumblebee :0)

And the...

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Sorry to go off topic, but as

Posted on Tue, 31 Mar 2020

Sorry to go off topic, but as Rhiannon mentioned children, and I know you have one a bit older than mine, how would you suggest persuading a teenager to get off his computer, where he is with friends, and go out into the fresh air for some...

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this is so gentle, lovely

Posted on Tue, 31 Mar 2020

this is so gentle, lovely

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Oh Brilliant! Thankyou,

Posted on Tue, 31 Mar 2020

Oh Brilliant! Thankyou, enjoyed very much, you and your dogs wandering through a ghostly landscape. Liked the detail of the chains on his jacket rattling :0)

You and Airy writing about ghosts, like in the silence it is not only birdsong...

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:0) You will have a friend

Posted on Tue, 31 Mar 2020

:0) You will have a friend for life! I loved your poem

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 have not done any for

Posted on Mon, 30 Mar 2020

 have not done any for decades. These last few weeks, I couldn't write and I almost thought I might. But your poems, I see them as clearly in my mind as when I used to do my own stuff. I am not sure I can anymore, my hands are too stiff. I will...

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Well, if anything gets me

Posted on Mon, 30 Mar 2020

Well, if anything gets me making pictures again it is going to be your writing. You are an amazing communicator

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