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Rooks

Rooks Past the backbone’s second hump and hollow hawthorns, a foam of brackish snow and distant light. I heard them first, a row of hanging rooks –...
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Story of the week

There Was The House and There Was The Sea (2)

Warning. Not as long as part 1 but still long.
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Story of the week

Spank the Monkey

A story about a man and his monkey set in the future. This is part 1.
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Half a Tangerine (Part 2)

Part 2 of a ghost story. Will he make it home?

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41 of my comments have received 44 Great Feedback votes

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You're like that basketball

Posted on Wed, 13 Nov 2019

You're like that basketball player called Carl Malone whose nickname was "The Mailman" because he always delivered.  - I can't remember reading something of yours I didn't enjoy. 

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Posted in A river slipping by

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This is well deserving of

Posted on Mon, 19 Nov 2018

This is well deserving of cherries Rhiannon and today they are gold in colour. I've read this a few times now and can appreciate how difficult the form must have been to use and make the poem work as well as you have. Congratulations, this is our...

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Posted in Cywydd [Cuh-with] Form, Wintery

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This incredible poem is our

Posted on Mon, 23 Oct 2017

This incredible poem is our Twitter/Facebook pick of the day. It could not be more relevant, please like and share so others can read it.

 

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Posted in sometimes

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Time well spent, it's that

Posted on Thu, 12 Mar 2020

Time well spent, it's that good.

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Posted in Sven Goes to War. Part 1. Warriors of the Wasteland

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Very glad you got distracted

Posted on Wed, 26 Feb 2020

Very glad you got distracted with that book - we had no car growing up so everything was on the buses, and we could travel miles for not very much, so we often did. A fantastic piece of writing and a great pick. 

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Posted in Buses

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Congratulations to Ewan for

Posted on Fri, 31 Jan 2020

Congratulations to Ewan for today's (slightly late) pick. If you liked his poem, maybe give it a like and share on the Facebook and the Twitter.

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Posted in A Hymn for Silent Bells

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I'm still waiting on my

Posted on Fri, 31 Jan 2020

I'm still waiting on my sovrunty, I think it must have got lost in the post. Or maybe it's like PPI and you have to claim it back through those companies that charge 10%. 

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Posted in A Hymn for Silent Bells

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Ah, lovely, lovely lovely, a

Posted on Thu, 30 Jan 2020

Ah, lovely, lovely lovely, a pleasure to read. 

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Posted in Grey-Day rambling

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Not the raging sea of a

Posted on Wed, 15 Jan 2020

Not the raging sea or a turbid heart...  One of the best opening lines I have read in a while. The poem that follows is wonderful. Congratulations, this our Facebook/Twitter pick for today. If you enjoyed Yutka's beautiful poem, please give it a...

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Posted in Song of the Water Spirit

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We are not street corner

Posted on Wed, 15 Jan 2020

We are not street corner scarecrows to frit the unwary...brilliant line, brilliant poem.

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Posted in The Low Men

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