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As Jenny said, you are

Posted on Thu, 09 May 2019

As Jenny said, you are definitely on a roll. Your description of the fascination that those walks around the Pembrokeshire coast engender clearly reveals your love of nature.
Congratulations on the cherries.

Luigi x

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A dysfunctional family and

Posted on Thu, 23 Oct 2014

A dysfunctional family and calamitous consequences. A blunt and revealing message of an awful situation.

Luigi xxx 

 

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Hello Di, I much enjoyed your

Posted on Thu, 14 Nov 2019

Hello Di, I much enjoyed your multilayered poem full of real-life images with which we all can relate. 
The reference to toilet rolls made me smile as it brought to mind my latest purchase, a jumbo pack of 18 rolls at basement prices from a...

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I can sympathise with your

Posted on Tue, 12 Nov 2019

I can sympathise with your painful memory, Claudine, as I had a similar experience when a small tot. (Pun intended). After a party, the grown-ups had gone out the room leaving a few bottles of liqueurs behind. I and another child decided to drain...

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Many superstitions and fears

Posted on Sun, 03 Nov 2019

Many superstitions and fears are associated with graveyards. References to black magic and zombies were rife in popular literature and burial grounds acquired a mysterious aura. 
I remember when youngsters dared each other to cross a...

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What a beautiful, lyrical

Posted on Thu, 31 Oct 2019

What a beautiful, lyrical poem, Di, truly deserving of the cherries.
Thanks for sharing it.
I was struck by the coincidence of both of us writing about birds on the same day, yours on murmuration (starlings) and mine on ...

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Geese and all birds are

Posted on Thu, 31 Oct 2019

Geese and all birds are fascinating creatures, Claudine. The graceful ballet they offer during migration is spectacular. I never tire of watching their aerial displays.

Luigi x

P.S. Thanks for pointing out the typo, now corrected....

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I used to live in a town in

Posted on Wed, 30 Oct 2019

I used to live in a town in the north of Italy not far from Switzerland  I once was in Lugano, which is in the Italian-speaking Canton of Ticino and wanting some information I asked a station porter if he spoke Italian and was met by...

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I detect in this poem the

Posted on Sat, 26 Oct 2019

I detect in this poem the sadness of an unhappy relationship which promised much but whose fragility is represented by the ephemeral life of the wild flowers in the bride's bouquet.
These anemones will wither and die like the marriage...

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Hello onemorething.

Posted on Sun, 22 Sep 2019

Hello onemorething.
As always an articulate and skilfully crafted poem that doesn't disappoint.
I too was reminded of Columbus, that troubled navigator, by the title of the poem and Jenny's comment and remembered having written a...

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