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The Castle (6)

Dan Arent meets with Sir Paul Pindar, whose delicate constitution suffers on Rotterdam's busy wharf.
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The Castle (5)

In Rotterdam Dan Arent, ship owner and captain, plans a final crossing before breaking with the past.
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The Castle (4)

With Fairfax's Roundhead army nearing Falmouth, old Elijah, Elowen's neighbour issues a warning.
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The Castle (3)

After a brief period of respite, Elowen and Maben come across rogue soldiers from Pendennis Castle.
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The Castle (2)

Cornwall, 1646. After the death of the footman, Elowen reclaims something hidden and Maben yearns to set the royal horses free.
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26 of my comments have received 27 Great Feedback votes

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Jane - I enjoyed this poem,

Posted on Thu, 11 Feb 2021

Jane - I enjoyed this poem, particularly the line 'Now we are detached/the energy is mine.' The ability to read or commune with nature seems to be key for the energy to shift. Enticing & intriguing! Very well done.

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Posted in After the Blizzard

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Thanks lenchenelf. Yes, I

Posted on Tue, 24 May 2022

Thanks lenchenelf. Yes, I usually tap 15 plus as a kind of default setting. Further along in the story, though, there are arguments about faith, a will-they-won't-they love story, violence, animal abuse, gender-swopping, and elements of the...

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Posted in The Castle (4)

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Yes, what I meant to say was:

Posted on Tue, 03 May 2022

Yes, what I meant to say was: the dropbox has allowed me to make a few corrections to the text.

I'll get the hang of it eventually! All the best

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Posted in Ingerland My Ingerland: The Prime Ministers Who Made Me

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Hmmm. That dragon plant...

Posted on Mon, 11 Apr 2022

Hmmm. That dragon plant...

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Posted in The Telephone

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Janus - god of transitions,

Posted on Mon, 31 Jan 2022

Janus - god of transitions, doorways, passages, and endings. An excellent title & conscisely written. All best wishes for your recovery.

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Posted in The Janus Look 1

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You've certainly captured the

Posted on Sun, 08 Aug 2021

You've certainly captured the spirit and passion of Thomas in this poem Jenny. And these wonderful lines really seek out the essence of a poet's imagination:

'Was there a boy's childhood wrapped in muddy woods,

with tremulous trees...

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Posted in Fleeting Observations Of A Poet

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A good fox poem always cheers

Posted on Wed, 04 Aug 2021

A good fox poem always cheers me up! Thanks Jenny.

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Posted in Foxy Till Dawn

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Great read, Mark. I like the

Posted on Tue, 03 Aug 2021

Great read, Mark. I like the way the idea of the power station encroaches on the characters' lives: ageing, violence, frustration, cancer. Very well done.

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Posted in Death of a Power Station

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Enjoyed the read, Ross. And

Posted on Mon, 02 Aug 2021

Enjoyed the read, Ross. And you set us up for the finale - in a very roundabout way - with Terence Trent D'Arby!

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Posted in Focus on the lips

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Yes, a fascinating period,

Posted on Fri, 30 Jul 2021

Yes, a fascinating period, the repercussions of which still shape the nation. I can highly recommend Maria McCann's novel 'As Meat Loves Salt'. Also Lindsay Davis's 'Rebels and Traitors.'

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Posted in Lord Strange Examines a Premonition of Bad Things to Come

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