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Dad was "Old School"

Dad was “Old School.” You know what I mean by that? Well, he was a man of his time. Born in the thirties, just a kid during the war, a teenager in...
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Jimmy "Kid" Taylor.

Jimmy has just lost only the second fight of his entire professional career. He sits alone in his dressing room contemplating his future. His Manager...
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The Sherbet Lemon Conversation.

I’m on a flight from London Gatwick to Faro Portugal. Easyjet. No frills, no time. Just two and a half hours of boredom. I’m sipping a vodka and...
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That Morning

A re-write of something I did years ago. I got up late that morning, too late. My head was pounding like cannon balls being fired from an old galleon...

Ginny. ( Part 6)

I’m one of three kids. I have two sisters. One older and one younger. Barbara is the eldest and now lives in Australia with her husband Ray. She’d...

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82 of my comments have received 88 Great Feedback votes

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This is crying out for a

Posted on Wed, 13 Aug 2014

This is crying out for a follow up PS. Like to read more of it. 

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Posted in The Turnip Eaters

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Sorry Bee came late to this.

Posted on Mon, 07 Jul 2014

Sorry Bee came late to this. Could be read in two ways, taking the piss out of yourself or seriously! I think there is a bit of both in this and THAT'S why it's so good.

This stanza was brilliant, it has such rhythm.

Poetically...

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Posted in Once I Was A Poet

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Really like this Tina, like

Posted on Fri, 27 Jun 2014

Really like this Tina, like Scratch, I was expecting a poem, but this piece of Prose is brilliant. Love the narrative running through it. Thought at first she was going to have a go at him, then you suprise us with his story. A feeling of love...

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Posted in Fergal's Wake (I.P.)

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Read both of these adventures

Posted on Sat, 14 Jun 2014

Read both of these adventures CM and found myself laughing when I am usually desperately trying to keep quiet. It's just after 6am and my wife is still asleep upstairs. I laughed out loud at the cheese sandwich saga, the dog barked and i can now...

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Posted in Unbounders Away 2

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I have come late to this Luke

Posted on Sat, 24 May 2014

I have come late to this Luke, but became hooked with it after just a few lines on part one. Have now read all four this morning. You have created a new world in this story, a weird, crazy, yet believable world, not an easy thing to do. Great...

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Posted in The Final Journals of Dr. Peter Lurneman (Journal IV)

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A massive warm welcome to the

Posted on Tue, 08 Apr 2014

A massive warm welcome to the site Stuart. Only read two of your pieces so far and both were good. But this...this is stunning. You have a talent for building a story with creative and superb narrative. This is one of the best things I've read on...

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Posted in edges

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I really liked this. I liked

Posted on Wed, 09 Apr 2014

I really liked this. I liked the way it slowly built up. From the first line about hitting his girlfriend to shagging all the drunk slags in Ibiza, it told a great story about Daniel and the kind of man he was. And all this built around a one...

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Posted in half a man

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I love this CM. Wish I'd

Posted on Thu, 03 Apr 2014

I love this CM. Wish I'd wrote it! It has just the right amount of humour and yet there is a message in their somewhere...

Read it twice now. Wherever Balloch is sounds like a million miles away so seven hours round trip is pretty fast....

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Posted in happy chappy

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I like this. Never saw it

Posted on Sat, 15 Mar 2014

I like this. Never saw it coming until he was at the fridge talking to her. I like the paragraph where you describe the sky as being bruised and the sirens yodel off into the distance. Great lines.

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Posted in Kessler's Love

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Like this alphadog. Says so

Posted on Sat, 15 Mar 2014

Like this alphadog. Says so much without being graphic. Nice one.

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Posted in waters of love

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