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StoryProfile in Courage jxmartin83 months 1 week ago
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StoryThe Artist of Swanage Downs marandina223 months 3 weeks ago
StoryLiterary Criticism jxmartin33 months 3 weeks ago
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Blog entryBook published "Living in the time of Corona Virus" jxmartin64 months 1 day ago
StoryThe Bank jxmartin44 months 4 days ago
StoryBe Careful What you wish for. jxmartin24 months 2 weeks ago
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StoryTransitions of power, then and now jxmartin05 months 1 week ago
StoryAnnoying mental pauses in speech jxmartin25 months 2 weeks ago
StoryNovel solutions on gun control jxmartin116 months 10 hours ago
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Remembering John Fitzgerald Kennedy- 60 years later

Remembering John F. Kennedy The Fall of Camelot It was a time of chivalry, of knights and ladies, performing like actors in an ethereal Brigadoon,...

Opinion Pieces in writing

Opinion Pieces in writing One of my books,” As I see it,” is a collection of Essays. Most of the articles in it have been published, at one time or...
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Ian- the aftermath

Hurricane Ian - the aftermath As we made our way southward, we could see various signs of Ian’s passage. In the low country of the Carolinas,...

Hurricane Ian

The Specter of Hurricane IAN Like most of America, we watched the formation and development of Hurricane Ian, as it drove relentlessly across the...

Farewell Elizabeth

Farewell and Adieu, Queen Elizabeth As I watched several hours of Queen Elizabeth’s State Funeral this morning, I was taken by the full panoply of...

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Interesting observation, Ewan

Posted on Tue, 22 Nov 2022

Interesting observation, Ewan, We explain their audacity and their clueless state of understanding abhorent behavior with the saying "You can't shame the shameless." It is an awful confluence of nuanced messianic vision, outsized egos and avarice...

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verbal portrait worthy of a Winslow Homer

Posted on Sun, 24 Jul 2022

Great verbal portrait, Paul. I could "see" what you described as well as feel the wind and the ocean spray sweeping across the moors on a chilly dusk. Winslow Homer tried to capture what you have written and did so artfully, as you have done. A...

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I couldn't summarize it any

Posted on Sun, 29 May 2022

I couldn't summarize it any better, David.

Thanks,

JXM

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Posted in Novel solutions on gun control

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David, Paul, Celtic Man,

Posted on Fri, 15 Apr 2022

David, Paul, Celtic Man,

             Thank you all for taking the time to read and comment. I appreciate your comments in the spirit in which they were given.

             JXM

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Jen,

Posted on Sun, 27 Mar 2022

Jen,

        Thank you for ethereal visions of a land of make believe, that we all wish we could visit. Sugar plums abounding in small minds, faeries alight on the wind. Butterflies, colorful and flutttering, ditsracting to the eyes. It is...

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Posted in Journey Into Fairy Woodland Part One

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Congratulations

Posted on Fri, 18 Mar 2022

Congratulations on finishng your second book, Ice:) What you have written is now etched in the marrow of everyone's collective memory. Rest and recover for a bit. Everything in life is a story. There is a whole world of stories waiting for you to...

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Posted in Salad Day I Suppose

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The blended imagery, of old

Posted on Tue, 22 Feb 2022

The blended imagery, of old and worn out bldgs, with the visage of poor and blighted souls, relegated to being old and worn out, works. The gray and life-worn countenance is like a weight upon the soul of those observing both. One wonders what...

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Posted in Blustery Day In Town

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In great democracies, lke the

Posted on Sun, 06 Feb 2022

In great democracies, lke the U.S, Britain and Canada, all things are possible if the citizenry takes corrective actions to heal itself. The rascals don't always win. Let's hope common sense and decency steer us in the right direction. Thanks for...

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Posted in Kabuki Theater or The Twilight Zone?

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It is a tale, well told, of

Posted on Sun, 16 Jan 2022

It is a tale, well told, of reverie and longing for a past now far away. Mr Lee is all of us looking back at who and what we are, a composite of those who have come before us. I enjoed the story.

JXM

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Posted in Mr. Lee's Cafe

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Whinsical and entertaining

Posted on Fri, 14 Jan 2022

Michael,

             Wonderful mix of whimsy and mythology, drifting back and forth through different temporarl references. I much enjoyed the tale. A slud!

JXM

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Posted in The God of Mistakes

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