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West of Ireland

Standing on a beach in County Kerry, Ireland - 2005. West of Ireland Standing at the far edge of an ancient archipelago, a desolate sentry ashore,...
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The 16:03 to Purgatory (Part Two of Two)

Part One at: https://www.abctales.com/story/marandina/1603-purgatory-part-one-two The 16:03 to Purgatory (Part Two of Two) With that the monk-like...
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The 16:03 to Purgatory (Part One of Two)

The 16:03 to Purgatory (Part One of Two) Air shimmered in iridescent layers, desert heat smouldering under a cloudless Arizona sky. A diamondback...
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Eclipse

Eclipse Clouds in a dawn sky seen through stoical eyes can sometimes seem like ethereal carriers of innermost angst. Maybe there is a silent...
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Poem of the week

The Moon Maiden

This poem is based on a Japanese folktale about a childless couple – a bamboo cutter and his wife – who are given an infant by the Moon Maiden. It is...
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1239 of my comments have received 1253 Great Feedback votes

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I know nothing at all about

Posted on Wed, 28 Apr 2021

I know nothing at all about Tarkovsky. (I thought he was a right back for Everton) Super poem that makes me wanna look Tarkovsky's work up.

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Posted in Conversations About Tarkovsky in a Copenhagen Restaurant

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"...an acknowledged war hero

Posted on Thu, 21 Mar 2024

"...an acknowledged war hero and a humble witness all over the world, to the Saviour..."

A fine tribute to somebody I wasn't familiar with it until I read your poem. I looked up her details via the power of Google. It made very interesting...

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Posted in Remembering Corrie ten Boom

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That's another evocative read

Posted on Fri, 02 Feb 2024

That's another evocative read. You capture the splendor and history of the sites you visited adroitly. I would say it's unusual for a group to bond so well like that. The tour I went on in India with about 30 or so other people was marred by many...

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Posted in The Gaddafi Effect

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"Is it too late

Posted on Tue, 15 Nov 2022

"Is it too late
to find a purpose …
even now?"

Enjoyed the juxtaposition of photos taken years apart. The question asked in the poem is one many ask themselves. Often the answer is no. A thought provoking piece, for sure. Paul

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Posted in Two Photographs, 30 years apart…

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Ach...it's all kamikaze stuff

Posted on Fri, 23 Sep 2022

Ach...it's all kamikaze stuff. The first moves of the new chancellor does seem to scream "trickle down economics" which, as we already know, doesn't/don't work. We are all party to a huge casino-style gamble with the country's finances. Strap...

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Posted in The State Of The Nation (A New Star Prime Minister Has Arrived!) by Alfred N.Muggins (political and social commentator!)

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Nicely done, Rhiannon. That

Posted on Tue, 19 Jul 2022

Nicely done, Rhiannon. That must have taken a lot of thought with the immaculate rhyming and rhythm. I certainly enjoyed reading it. You are a highly skilled poet. Paul 

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Posted in Any Hard Task

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Yes, congratulations on

Posted on Sun, 26 Jun 2022

Yes, congratulations on completing a novel-length story. Beautifully crafted throughout. Whimsy and drama. You could definitely edit and publish this if you chose to. Paul 

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Posted in "Willow's Tail" 32 ( Conclusions Part 2-- the ending)

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Chains of daisies as an

Posted on Tue, 05 Apr 2022

Chains of daisies as an analogy of unity, strength yet peace. The world needs more of this thinking. Nicely done and enjoyed your poem. Paul :)

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Posted in Daisy Chain

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It's a difficult one. When

Posted on Wed, 02 Mar 2022

It's a difficult one. When and how to intervene on a military level. Maybe the Russians will finally get the message. Soon, I hope.

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Posted in Listening to the News 2/3/22

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A beautiful view and a

Posted on Wed, 16 Feb 2022

A beautiful view and a wonderful photo. I do enjoy being taken with you on these walks of yours, Rhiannon. Paul :)

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