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StoryYou can’t cling to something once it has gone. onemorething152 years 5 days ago
StoryMeltdown part 4. Desire. drew_gummerson62 years 1 week ago
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StoryMeltdown part 2. Never Experiment on Yourself drew_gummerson62 years 1 week ago
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StoryPerhaps Shackleton102 years 2 weeks ago
StoryMeltdown part 1. In which Saltburn-by-the-Sea is not mentioned. drew_gummerson102 years 2 weeks ago
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You can’t cling to something once it has gone.

The photo is of a splendid fairy wren. I was doing a bit of reading about them and then read all the updates for this morning about the bushfires and found the koala videos very upsetting.
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Image is from Wikipedia, not wikimedia commons, but I think it's ok as I don't think a shape is owned by anyone.

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Thanks David. Just the

Posted on Fri, 26 Jul 2019

Thanks David. Just the thought of Boris Johnson gives me a shudder. It would be nice to think though, wouldn’t it, that we could all embrace more of our humanity. Thanks for reading my poem and leaving such a thoughtful comment. 

 

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This has so many sublime

Posted on Wed, 03 Jul 2019

This has so many sublime lines, imagery and metaphor. Such an excellent piece of writing. 

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Posted in A Man Riding the Tube Train

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Clever and very well done. 

Posted on Tue, 02 Jul 2019

Clever and very well done. 

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It is a stunning poem. Have

Posted on Sat, 29 Jun 2019

It is a stunning poem. Have come back to read it several times. 

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I liked this, could picture

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I liked this, could picture it. It had a surreal quality that I appreciated. Re getting them off, ho ho ...I have received instruction in this twice so should remember and you need to "/cite" except "" should be <> to close italics and same...Read full comment

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Which is why I say

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Which is why I say personally. I am reluctant at times to make criticisms as it seems so subjective. I'm not very good at criticising anyway as I have no idea about the technical side of things or the language to use to articulate what I want to...Read full comment

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