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StoryDeliberation skinner_jennifer81 year 8 months ago
StoryExpression Of Movement skinner_jennifer61 year 8 months ago
StoryTicking the Boxes luigi_pagano41 year 8 months ago
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StoryThere is a Still Life in the Old Dog Yet Ed Crane91 year 8 months ago
StoryVocations celticman101 year 8 months ago
StoryA Reactionary Puss luigi_pagano101 year 8 months ago
StoryFinest Hour - A Lockdown Poem h jenkins11 year 8 months ago
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StoryCaptain Toad and Fat Mary littleditty231 year 8 months ago
StoryStone onemorething171 year 8 months ago
StoryThe Promise of Sunlight onemorething81 year 8 months ago
StoryGarbage Disposal Gothicman141 year 8 months ago
StoryChanging Sides luigi_pagano51 year 8 months ago
StoryLove skinner_jennifer171 year 8 months ago
StoryNo Regrets luigi_pagano81 year 8 months ago
StoryDo Not Ask Ewan61 year 8 months ago
StoryAll the lost places lavadis171 year 8 months ago
StoryMila Ed Crane161 year 8 months ago
StorySeptember 15th 2008 Ed Crane111 year 8 months ago
Blog entryCrown of Eggshell by Rachel Deering (onemorething). Out Now! Insertponceyfre...91 year 8 months ago
StoryHair luigi_pagano181 year 8 months ago
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StoryReflections of A Solivagant luigi_pagano61 year 8 months ago
StoryThe Girl in the Astrakhan Hat luigi_pagano21 year 8 months ago

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I have really enjoyed your

Posted on Sun, 24 May 2020

I have really enjoyed your use of language in your latest poems. Nice images here too, as Jenny said. Rachel :)

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Posted in The Ocean

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This must have been a very

Posted on Sat, 23 May 2020

This must have been a very hard job and not one that many could do, but I imagine you met a lot of people in their pain and helped them. The combination of listing and rhyme / half-rhyme work so well in this to give the sense of weightiness of...

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Posted in By One's Own Hand

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So glad you enjoyed, Luigi. :

Posted on Thu, 21 May 2020

So glad you enjoyed, Luigi. :) I always revel a little when you use words like refined and elegant as I am neither refined nor elegant as a person, but I do enjoy the reflection of the compliment about my poem! Thanks for reading it. Rachel x

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Posted in The Promise of Sunlight

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I love the personal elements

Posted on Wed, 13 May 2020

I love the personal elements of this that emphasise its sadness somehow. Very moving indeed and beautifully written. 

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Posted in Mila

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I agree, the philosophical

Posted on Tue, 12 May 2020

I agree, the philosophical drift of this from one thought leading to another and deepening made me feel sad and hopeful alternately. Love potential and experience, I wonder if it could be calculated like an equation for being. And yes,...

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Posted in Out of body rambling

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Sounds very scary Jenny. I'm

Posted on Sun, 10 May 2020

Sounds very scary Jenny. I'm sure they can feel like they are terrorising an area when they do this. Rachel :)

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Posted in Racing Madness

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Totally brilliant. Love it. :

Posted on Sun, 27 Oct 2019

Totally brilliant. Love it. :)

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Posted in Seven Nights in the Flamingo Hotel

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Seeds of suspicion is such a

Posted on Sat, 09 May 2020

Seeds of suspicion is such a clever take on the IP. Great. Rachel x

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Posted in Planting the Seed

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I want to read quirky stories

Posted on Sat, 09 May 2020

I want to read quirky stories with gay characters in them. As pointed out in the linked article, mainstream publishers are missing a trick. Also when I think about how important reading was (still is) to me as a child, mainstream publishers are...

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Posted in Flamingo Dreams

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Startlingly brilliant and

Posted on Fri, 08 May 2020

Startlingly brilliant and very moving. Rachel :)

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Posted in All the lost places

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