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One sparrow among many

New leaves aplenty
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Now

Nothing more or less
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The old folks

The old folks fear the foreigners
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Postcard from L4

Dear N, hope this card finds you well.
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Pre-emptive strike

Things you see walking home.

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112 of my comments have received 117 Great Feedback votes

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Thanks everyone. I'm always

Posted on Thu, 06 Jul 2017

Thanks everyone. I'm always amazed and very grateful when someone says something nice about something that I can't seem to help doing.

Maybe something to share: I've recently written three pieces / poetry (?) that readers and writers on...

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Hi fictiontoescape. I've been

Posted on Sun, 25 Jun 2017

Hi fictiontoescape. I've been having a read through some of your posts. It's an epic story and your prose has the feel of having been written by a natural storyteller.
I have a couple of thoughts if you'd like them.

Reading stories...

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It follows the Block School

Posted on Thu, 21 May 2015

It follows the Block School of repetitive poetry, Philip. Founded on Temple Meads station at around 23:30 last night. I'm hoping the Culture Secretary will request that a plaque be installed.

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Posted in Temple of despair

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The link between the tender

Posted on Tue, 03 Mar 2015

The link between the tender realism of your description of the baby and that of your reverie are the key for me. A beautifully captured moment alone with the moon.

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Posted in Eight Weeks

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Aaaaah. I haven't read him,

Posted on Wed, 14 Feb 2018

Aaaaah. I haven't read him, but I've read about him. You've just reminded me to take a look. If you like descriptive poetry with a natural or landscape theme, have a look at William Carlos Williams. Plath has her moments, too, in "The Colossus...

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Posted in Chutes of Spring

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The rain cycle /

Posted on Wed, 14 Feb 2018

The rain cycle / precipitation cycle, or whatever it was they tried to teach us, in a poem full of images and chill watery alliteration. I love the minimalism of this. Really nicely done Di_Hard.

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More!!!

Posted on Mon, 12 Feb 2018

More!!!

You wouldn't be the first person to write a trilogy in five parts.

Bang-on about those late teenage years. Bang-on about a lot of things. Just been chatting outside a building in the north of the city with a quirky,...

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Posted in Les Rowse, Philippe and I , final chapter.

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I know. It's a bugger. Pity

Posted on Sun, 11 Feb 2018

I know. It's a bugger. Pity the adverbs. Adjectives frantically running for any available cover. Or calmly making their way. So heroic. You, too, midear.

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Posted in The old folks

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Very sad but well-conveyed.

Posted on Fri, 09 Feb 2018

Very sad but well-conveyed. It says a lot about you that you don't turn your back. Great writing.

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Posted in Dear Mum

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I couldn’t agree more about

Posted on Fri, 09 Feb 2018

I couldn’t agree more about the "out there" there thing. It's whatever it conjures, within the bounds of suggestion, I suppose. I like the break, but I don't know why. Thinking time for the speaker, maybe. Reflecting on what they've just said, on...

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