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My stories

The Marked Man

still at large from Isis, Daesh, Mossad, Boko Harum, Al-Shabaab, Holy child-predators, quasi-tolerant populists, self-righteous, disrespectful Christians, miltant Evangelists, et al.!
Gold cherry
Poem of the week

The Senile Neurologist

a comical farewell to an old friend after his own fashion - I guarantee, he'd have laughed at this!

The Last Leaf To Fall

will experience the common fate shared by all living things, just a bit later - Pic: my own
Gold cherry

Life Expectancy

or both the majestic and fallen oak were once acorns!

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98 of my comments have received 104 Great Feedback votes

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What a great rendition of the

Posted on Wed, 22 Sep 2021

What a great rendition of the shackles and freedoms of different youthful destinies, Ewan. Like with CM's writing, a lesson in stimulating writing while also coming over as being an everyday account, as experienced, simply as it was. The source...

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This Western aggressive

Posted on Tue, 24 Aug 2021

This Western aggressive interference in the historical, often religious struggles of other cultures said always to be justified to stop e.g. reactive terrorism, while disguising many nefarious own-interest reasons to invade, and without regard...

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Posted in Kabul Airport

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A beautiful pastoral poem,

Posted on Thu, 06 May 2021

A beautiful pastoral poem, Jenny; a resignation to the inevitable, to how things always will be, a view of life we should all try, and wish to achieve, one I whole-heartedly agree with. Lovely versed poetry, reassuring, about regeneration,...

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Posted in Resting Place

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A wise walrus Luigi, we've

Posted on Mon, 03 Aug 2020

A wise walrus Luigi, we've got to get our fingers out now, and reverse this pollution of the seas and beaches. Superb, uncompromised rhyme, and told in your concise and relevant style. You're on form, and enjoyed the read, even if a sad...

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Posted in As the Walrus Said

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A sometimes poignant, but

Posted on Sun, 17 May 2020

A sometimes poignant, but mostly entertaining, humorous read, had me chuckling right through it. I kept on having to readjust the picture that was forming in my mind as the next sentence changed the whole premise. Full of small anecdotes that...

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Posted in the old geezer

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A very lyrical take on autumn

Posted on Mon, 18 Oct 2021

A very lyrical take on autumn, whose observable beauty and symbolism, some of which you've captured well, bring mixed emotions and conflicting reactions Jenny, and much enjoyed! Strange just along a narrow strip of the west coast here it's still...

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Posted in Grounding Of Autumn

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Great informative poem, Paul,

Posted on Tue, 19 Oct 2021

Great informative poem, Paul, seemed on reading to bring all fractions together, the living, the half-dead, the long-dead in a special short joyful celebration that rubs out the line that divides them! Before, that is, as you end it, returning to...

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Posted in Samhain and Beyond

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A beautiful poem, well

Posted on Fri, 15 Oct 2021

A beautiful poem, well-composed, and full of the tenderness of childhood, awakens many memories. A joy to read.
Best, Trevor

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Getting the gist of this

Posted on Fri, 15 Oct 2021

Getting the gist of this Geist in this poor disturbed girl, was a real challenge for both natural and supernatural investigators, Rachel. A rare, descriptive poem from your gifted pen, an intriguing write that questions framework strength of the ...

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Posted in Esther Cox

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Yes, my thoughts entirely.

Posted on Fri, 15 Oct 2021

Yes, my thoughts entirely. Why should anyone have the sheer audacity to profess to know better? Some horrific posthumous destinations, including stopovers and reincarnations, have been circulating since everyone's childhood, and with me being...

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Posted in The Marked Man

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