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343 of my comments have received 347 Great Feedback votes

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Wonderful read, thankyou. Am

Posted on Sun, 25 Feb 2018

Wonderful read, thankyou. Am constantly amazed on here at the detail of other people's childhood memories. And books. I can read books I know I loved as a teenager bcause by a favourite author, but not remember the tiniest bit. You really brought...

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Posted in Uncle Patrick and The Age of Elegance

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Sorry to read about the flu,

Posted on Sat, 24 Feb 2018

Sorry to read about the flu, was wondering why no poems from you lately. But this is worth the wait. I like the beginning, having to go back after the fourth/fifth stanza and check it didn't have to be about a person then wondering what it was, a...

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Posted in Traveller

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I'm glad this is on the Home

Posted on Sat, 17 Feb 2018

I'm glad this is on the Home page as I'd missed it, and it's very good. I wondered why the me too thing is so big suddently, but can't be Brexit as America is all righteous about it too. My theory is mega companies trying to distract from not...

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Posted in Why Feminism - Me too?

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Particularly enjoyed critique

Posted on Fri, 23 Feb 2018

Particularly enjoyed critique of newspaper sizing. Important for newspapers to cater to all needs of readership

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Posted in Omar's Diary to 23rd February 2018 - football, lameness and sore ears

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It's like the song "Common

Posted on Wed, 21 Feb 2018

It's like the song "Common People" But there is also a thing about reinforcing the distance, a scramble to get on the high ground so smugness isn't threatened. These days trying to make everyone think the poor deserve to be poor, rather than are...

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Posted in coldest planet

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this is so simple, like the

Posted on Tue, 20 Feb 2018

this is so simple, like the one about the cold river, seems just about a second in time, but you have made it important and memorable. It's lovely

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Posted in Her Voice

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I don't know if this is to do

Posted on Wed, 14 Feb 2018

I don't know if this is to do with Valentine's but it is the PERFECT thing for today and an eternity from all the plastic looking flowers and over packaged chocolates. Pared down, deep and true

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Posted in Now

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This flows so well, it is

Posted on Sat, 10 Feb 2018

This flows so well, it is beautiful to read, the last line hanging like a snowdrop flower itself

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Posted in Near Kilpeck, February

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It's a great photo, strong

Posted on Tue, 06 Feb 2018

It's a great photo, strong features and full of humour, intelligent, who knows their own mind and won't settle for something that makes them unhappy. Then I read the writing and the photo fits exactly

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Posted in Les Rowse, Philippe and I Part 2

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This makes me feel sad. It's

Posted on Tue, 06 Feb 2018

This makes me feel sad. It's a brilliant idea for a poem though, to take something we have all seen and concentrate on it, give it meaning

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Posted in A Cold Memory

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