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My stories

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...
Cherry

the train leaving now

In my rush to get to the right platform looking for signs to where I want to go it's easy to miss changing announcements so when a train pulls in,...

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367 of my comments have received 371 Great Feedback votes

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What a flickery poem! I didn

Posted on Sat, 20 Jun 2020

What a flickery poem! I didn't know the word Kairotic (you and Luigi are swelling my vocabulary like anything) but it is PERFECT  for the feeling of bonfires, they always seem momentous, the light like an armour you feel will protect you in...

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Posted in Longest Day

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This is gorgeous! I don't

Posted on Mon, 08 Jun 2020

This is gorgeous! I don't know how you make a few lines so full of space and light and freshness! I love "escape and rise" and "swells ripple", and the cosiness of "home" at the end, like a welcoming door. And you caught some beautiful wind in...

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Posted in Dream with the breeze

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"Disguised as stillness" is

Posted on Fri, 19 Jun 2020

"Disguised as stillness" is wonderful. I always think herons are called Hubert as they look like a great uncle I saw at my brother's christening. Although I didn't know about herons then.

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Posted in Grey Heron

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reminded me of being jealous

Posted on Sat, 30 May 2020

reminded me of being jealous of someone when i first started school and the teacher said she was away with the fairies. i was always checking to see if she sparkled, but she was always sad. it is a good way of finding people like me, if they are...

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Posted in Away with the Fairies

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Enjoyed this one very much.

Posted on Fri, 22 May 2020

Enjoyed this one very much. too!

This is genius :

“So, our Aunties are all sitting around knitting and drinking tea and things.  Then, if the walruses get in, they don’t know how to deal with them and might get eaten?”

 

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Posted in The Walrus and the Aunteater

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Same as everyone, enjoyed

Posted on Sun, 17 May 2020

Same as everyone, enjoyed this a lot.

What struck me is how you were getting to know your father  not because he was in your life, but because you found him in yourself. Missing someone you had never had, holding them inside yourself,...

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Posted in the old geezer

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I am not surprised your

Posted on Mon, 18 May 2020

I am not surprised your grandson loved it! I love it too, I should think EVERYONE would.

Particularly liked the bit about cows, and when Packham had to come up with the panda being invisible, could tell he was thinking on his paws. It is...

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Posted in A Panda Called Mick

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I love :

Posted on Mon, 18 May 2020

I love :

"Catch the cold steel moment
of its brief tangential light"

and "reckless beauty"

It does have the exciting feeling of electric guitar notes flowing into each other, also of how everything seems super intense,...

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Posted in Hyde Park - Spurn Point

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achingly sad

Posted on Wed, 13 May 2020

achingly sad

"I found your obituary today"

"He must miss you still"

"Words not intended for me... beautiful"

and then huge hearted, about the deepest  friendship, a union of souls

"We were closer than lovers...

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Posted in Mila

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Are you sure you haven't

Posted on Sun, 10 May 2020

Are you sure you haven't started on a few unintentionally?

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Posted in Stone

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