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Story The Christmas Mansion Mystery ( Part One ) skinner_jennifer291 year 5 months ago
Blog entryLeggings - Out on a Branch. maisie21 year 5 months ago
StoryLeggings - is posted. maisie01 year 5 months ago
StoryThe Great Wren Escape Rhiannonw81 year 7 months ago
StoryA Review of Anglia Square, Norwich, UK. maisie31 year 9 months ago
StoryBeauty: vast and tiny Rhiannonw101 year 10 months ago
Blog entryLeggings - Military Comments! maisie02 years 1 week ago
Blog entryLeggings - Simon Legree maisie02 years 1 week ago
Blog entryLeggings - Extravagance! maisie02 years 3 weeks ago
StoryMusic To My Ear luigi_pagano62 years 4 weeks ago
StorySunday morning street cafe Parson Thru62 years 1 month ago
Blog entryLeggings - Past 2 a.m. maisie02 years 1 month ago
Story’Cession maisie02 years 1 month ago
StoryKhan's song evancromwell72 years 1 month ago
Blog entryLeggings - Old Haunts maisie02 years 2 months ago
StoryDownshire Diary – (42) Just Being Neighbourly (Part 04) BIGGUS22 years 2 months ago
Blog entryLEGGINGS - A CHANGEABLE DAY maisie02 years 2 months ago
StoryDon't Think I Do (poetry monthly) Bee132 years 2 months ago
Blog entryLeggings – Conversations in the Dark. maisie12 years 3 months ago
StoryWHY CAN'T HOBO’S PLAY BASEBALL? BIGGUS42 years 3 months ago
StoryMY WIFE DOESN’T GO TO THE GYM # 3 BIGGUS22 years 3 months ago
Blog entryLeggings - Another Day. maisie02 years 3 months ago
Blog entryLeggings – On yer Marks! maisie02 years 3 months ago
StoryDraft poem - It should be quiet! maisie02 years 4 months ago
Blog entryLeggings – two stories and a moment of light. maisie02 years 4 months ago

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My stories

Leggings - Second Result.

The second result from this online epic book is that the research on my family - on spinal bifida which I have, and which was resolved for me by...

Leggings - is posted.

on the blog, here. It's the end one, as far as I know... for now. There are some links on it, for you to follow if wished. I wanted to say Thank you...

A Review of Anglia Square, Norwich, UK.

Anglia Square, Norwich Out of the main city Centre lies Anglia Square – home to QD and other shops – served by charity shops, and café’s and...

’Cession

’Cession ‘Cession begins, Stops the worm In the field. Stops the thought That forms endless Wheels in air. Stops the sun. The wind, the rain. Spans...

Draft poem - It should be quiet!

It would be quiet.... Except for the electronic hiss... that preludes the odd job Gods in. A virus collage in a corner blooms - Life caught in spiral...

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35 of my comments have received 33 Great Feedback votes

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claps :)

Posted on Wed, 09 Dec 2015

very nicely done, i thought that quote was down to a boxer...  I stand corrected.

thank you for sharing.

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Posted in This Isn't a Dummy Run...

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very nice...

Posted on Sun, 13 Sep 2015

thank you I enjoyed.

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Posted in Heavy Blow

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bravo!

Posted on Thu, 27 Aug 2015

lovely :)

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Posted in Through fragrant Esplanades

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yes minimal poetry.

Posted on Wed, 26 Aug 2015

Nicely done, reads very well. 

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Posted in Five Days a Week

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loved the first stanza

Posted on Sat, 15 Aug 2015

not sure about the second one.  'Things' too vague. 

also '

As not-quite-water

Seeps out through the water. '    what does this mean?     The end of the poem should be satisfying it should conclude....   this fails to do this...

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Posted in Holes in the bag.

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I fear this falls short

Posted on Fri, 17 Jul 2015

of what it could be.  You need to carefully edit for places where when read aloud it doesn't run right.

things like: 'Did you watch us with your lamp-like eyes'  to 'Did you watch with lamp-like eyes'

which makes it more direct and...

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Posted in Mirror Angels - re-written

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I like this

Posted on Fri, 17 Jul 2015

you need to edit carefully now, and it should be perfect.

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Posted in Upon The Beach

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You get my vote!!! jelly babies all round!

Posted on Tue, 20 Jan 2015

thank you, this is an excellent poem. loved it. honestly.  you could tighten up a little in the first 2 stanza's as it bumps a bit when its read aloud, however I'm sure for you it reads perfectly :)

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Posted in Lifecycle

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hi

Posted on Sun, 03 Aug 2014

"Later, waiting for the dough to swell,
its fecund belly, pale and smooth,
I sipped Earl Grey tea from a bone china mug."

Loved this bit, the rest as I did yesterday, is a bit rambling.

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Posted in Baking Bread

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i write on trains too...

Posted on Fri, 06 Jun 2014

I like your focus in this peice.  it's clear and very sharp.

 

have you seen this?

http://www....

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Posted in Train Journeys

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