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My stories

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time flies

Bodies irridescent as minds in the present can hold places we've been in Future's oily sheen, while frail wings blister space, fizz with repulsive...
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Bluebells (again)

a blackbird decants descants, pouring incandescant territory into surrounding stillness as last week's treetips' tingling aces unfurl full flushes of...
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part 8

M ary looked at one shoe. At first, she tried pulling the strap from the middle, like a handle, but it only made it go thin and hurt her fingers...
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just deserts

I wander beside the desert unfurling like a sea of chrysanthemum petals wondering, Do fish swim under those diminishing curves? For sure, there are...
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cock robin

Who killed Cock Robin? We, said the workmen, with chainsaws from our van, we killed Cock Robin. Who saw him die? No one - he could still fly, find...

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The graveyard bit reminded me

Posted on Wed, 27 Oct 2021

The graveyard bit reminded me of one in a film based on an Edgar Rice Boroughs story, your writng seems as vivid as a film, too. am interested that he felt hungry. Also I didn't know crows could bring people back to life. 

I saw the raven...

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Posted in The Black Crow of Purgatory (Part 1 of 3)

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I hope Luigi reads this, you

Posted on Mon, 01 Nov 2021

I hope Luigi reads this, you have done a brilliant rhyme, it really adds to the message. Agree with Turlough 

"there was even a place to turn horses to glue."

this bit stood out for me, too. Maybe the childlike too with...

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Posted in A Northern Song

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I think so? If part of what

Posted on Wed, 27 Oct 2021

I think so? If part of what your Mum suffered from was a feeling of isolation and not being able to communicate with anyone how she felt, then you are in a much much better place! You definitely matter to lots of people, including me, don't know...

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These are so full of light,

Posted on Wed, 27 Oct 2021

These are so full of light,  your parents sound so vivid and warm. I think they must have been special people to have you as a daughter, and now you mirror their light back out into the world with your writing.

I am like you, afraid of...

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Agree with you about the lego

Posted on Thu, 28 Oct 2021

Agree with you about the lego barefoot!

Wonderful description of bleak slab buildings, and the last line is so clever

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Posted in Before Rhythm of Hours Change the Beat

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"teeth of history" that's

Posted on Wed, 27 Oct 2021

"teeth of history" that's great, just brilliant! 

a shroud growing gently is suffocating, the unease

"frightened of ourselves" this is all so powerful, the coldness and wet.

You make a horrible feeling of never being...

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Posted in Wintered Thin

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reading this is as scary as I

Posted on Tue, 26 Oct 2021

reading this is as scary as I can take :0) Please say you are working on a Halloween installment of your political comedy?

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Posted in Dreams of Halloween

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I love reading your diary

Posted on Sat, 23 Oct 2021

I love reading your diary entries, Jenny, what a person you are, open as a flower to every experience, and then passing it all on to someone like me, who could only dream of such courage

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Posted in That Was Genesis

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Another one for your Almanac

Posted on Tue, 19 Oct 2021

Another one for your Almanac :0)

It has a strong chanting feel to it.

I particularly liked

"stoical belfries watch stone gargoyles spout rain,

carved pumpkins illuminate porches, fired grins,"

"fired grins" is...

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Posted in Samhain and Beyond

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"And the sky not deep enough

Posted on Thu, 21 Oct 2021

"And the sky not deep enough for escape.

 

I stand entangled in the moment -"

Every time I read this, I am struck by the power of these lines.

 

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