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StoryThe bottle and spanner Tom Brown195 months 4 days ago
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Love this one, Luigi. So sad

Posted on Thu, 11 Jun 2020

Love this one, Luigi. So sad that he's not here anymore. Like the reflection on mortality. Rachel x

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Posted in Independence

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'But forget to grab my heart

Posted on Sat, 13 Jun 2020

'But forget to grab my heart

Leaving it in the living room
Where it fibrillates weakly'

Some wonderful lines in this, I really felt them. Particularly these. Made me sigh. You must go back in and retrieve it. Rachel :)

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Posted in Unpicking knots

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I have been back to read this

Posted on Sun, 10 May 2020

I have been back to read this wonderful poem a number of times for the light and shade in its imagery and metaphor, and for how it reads as if it is full of secrets. It is our Facebook and Twitter Pick of the Day. Please do share if you like it...

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Posted in Cinderella river

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I love the idea of the wind

Posted on Thu, 04 Jun 2020

I love the idea of the wind as a vagabond of change and the water of goodwill. Some lovely images. Rachel :)

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Posted in Gliding Through Woods

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Such beautiful, grief-laden,

Posted on Sat, 30 May 2020

Such beautiful, grief-laden, weighty lines in your poem as well as images. And as well as being very erudite. I know very little about Lacan. I haven't processed the horror of what I think and feel about what happened to George Floyd yet. I found...

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Posted in #BLM

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Ha ha. That's the perfect

Posted on Thu, 28 May 2020

Ha ha. That's the perfect solution, Luigi! I think I will take your advice and when people ask what the rattling noise is coming from them, I'll plead ignorance. Rachel x

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Posted in Anger

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This is a sweet idea, I

Posted on Wed, 27 May 2020

This is a sweet idea, I suppose having just posted a poem about anger that listening to them would do me good! Rachel :)

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Posted in Look For The Good

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There is a sad hollowing to

Posted on Thu, 28 May 2020

There is a sad hollowing to this and it's perfectly circled for me in the 'there, there'. Full of vulnerability, of subject and writer. 

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Posted in Lepidoptera

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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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