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My stories

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something in the air

Flies weave a buzzing basket of still warm light. Hairline rainbow cracks in space above paths, like mistakes leave unseen tethers of regret, sticky...
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remembering dandelions (again)

Prisoned between tarmac bars of road and footpath herbicide subdued Earth waits sure of the last laugh when only the toughest are still around to see...
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breezy

this breeze, seeming slight might be calmness dying, a storm’s birth it could have come from Samarkand or been in Neanderthal lungs we all breathe...
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10th july grasshopper

mossy rocks tumbled from windbreak wall hold back reed tines' reaching on and on to moor's distance misty bright of gorse here, in warm air, low...
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wet 6th july

clouds secrete clear, cold threads, falling, coccoon round tree limbs shade flesh, lumens an airy tingle of tall grass, till rainbow orbs pool bodies...

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671 of my comments have received 684 Great Feedback votes

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Your Cicely must have had a

Posted on Tue, 21 Sep 2021

Your Cicely must have had a very strong spirit to keep going when her parents passed, though I wonder, if grief is like a tide that's high when you first lose someone, then ebbs as you come to terms with it in order to keep going, then as you...

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Posted in Beneath An Autumn Moon The Poem

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I found this powerful and

Posted on Tue, 21 Sep 2021

I found this powerful and moving, this extreme distress seems very real, I hope you are ok

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Posted in I understand the wild beast’s roars. (IP) (Nat.geo.wild)

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Wow! That must be the perfect

Posted on Sun, 19 Sep 2021

Wow! That must be the perfect short story! Was absolutely not expecting the ending:0)

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Posted in Travels with my Aunt

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I really like how you mix

Posted on Sun, 19 Sep 2021

I really like how you mix homely into Hallow -

"farmers gathering crops late into the night,"

"School halls bursting with the fruits of Harvest,"

and the creatures outside, in the wild -

"a bee’s buzz slows as dreams...

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Posted in Autumn

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Had a feeling it would be him

Posted on Sat, 11 Sep 2021

Had a feeling it would be him at the door :0) How do you create your characters? You are brilliant! Do you have any tips? 

Perfidia is becoming more and more interesting, I am so impressed how you are exposing a bit more of her...

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Posted in "Willow's Tail" 16

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Wow! This is my favourite

Posted on Sun, 12 Sep 2021

Wow! This is my favourite episode yet!  I LOVED  the beginning, with the delivery man and then it went on to be so action packed. Good on Willow! You have been building up this fete for ages and it has started off brilliantly!

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Posted in "Willow's Tail" 17

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First, I really like your

Posted on Sat, 11 Sep 2021

First, I really like your title!

Then :
"a landscape
changing hue and alignment with every step." perfectly conveys moving through the natural sculpture of the outdoors

and :
"In this wild, clean immenseness,...

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Posted in A Paradise Not Yet Lost

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trouble, gullible, rebel are

Posted on Thu, 09 Sep 2021

trouble, gullible, rebel are great!

This reminded me of that brilliant one of yours about homelessness?

"imaginatively disobey" this reminded me of some bright children, who put so much effort into not doing things. How wonderful to...

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Posted in A Winning Handshake

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I liked "clouds squeezed to a

Posted on Tue, 07 Sep 2021

I liked "clouds squeezed to a pulp" too, made me think of them being like fruit making juicy rain :0)

Also "lightening strikes like a knife" is wonderful, both for the quick jabbing sounds and the imagery

And the idea of leaves...

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Posted in Yin And Yang Of Autumn Forest

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"Once, men and trees knew the

Posted on Sun, 05 Sep 2021

"Once, men and trees knew the same earth," would have taken me a whole poem to say this :0)

I liked the fairy tale too. I suppose for many people in the past, and now, in some places, stories were the only place where justice...

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Posted in The Swallow's Broken Leg

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