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Cherry

WebWorld (3.3)

“I’m okay,” Tamsin insisted in her quiet, implacable way. “Well, you’ve been through some shit.” “You guys haven’t?” Touché . Zara put a hand softly...
Cherry

WebWorld (3.2)

There was a tiled courtyard with plants in big ceramic pots. Hopscotch and four-square games were painted across them in multiple colours. There was...
Cherry

WebWorld (3.1)

Part 3: Foggerty Family 1. “I remember this table, you know.” I was sitting at it, with my fingers tracing the semi-paisley pattern, which had...
Cherry

WebWorld (2.7)

Pitch black. There was a hollow in the hillside, just off the road, and in this spot, it was pitch black. I couldn’t see Zara, not even the outline...
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WebWorld (2.6)

“Zara…” “Nate…” I was having some trouble getting my bearings here. We’d just crashed. The windshield was shattered, I could taste blood, and my neck...

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28 of my comments have received 28 Great Feedback votes

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Loved it. This was bright and

Posted on Sat, 13 Mar 2021

Loved it. This was bright and fun, with a nice, smooth rhyme to it.

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Posted in Burglars beware!

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Attention-getting title; and

Posted on Fri, 30 Jul 2021

Attention-getting title; and I like the modern voice that Menalaus has here. This blends the modern-day into the suggestion of the legend, whilst all the time feeling natural reading smoothly.

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Posted in Notes by Menelaus on Helen’s Abduction

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Nice, catchy title to hook

Posted on Wed, 21 Jul 2021

Nice, catchy title to hook readers, and some significant points made in the poem that follows.

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Posted in Instead of throwing money at the sky

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The sharp, economic wording

Posted on Sat, 12 Jun 2021

The sharp, economic wording really brought energy to this piece. You could feel the tension and momentum - kind of like lightning getting ready to strike.

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Posted in Storm, no rain!

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Emotional and enlightening

Posted on Fri, 28 May 2021

Emotional and enlightening and with lots of truth, I think this will strike a chord with a lot of people who, even if they haven't been exactly there, have been somewhere quite similar.

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Posted in Mental awareness

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Beautiful and elegant writing

Posted on Fri, 21 May 2021

Beautiful and elegant writing with a smooth kind of poetic arc to swing around and capture the trees and poets again at the end. Nicely done.

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Posted in In Conversation With Bears

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skillfully done, dark, with a

Posted on Sat, 20 Jun 2020

skillfully done, dark, with a clever, unobtrusive rhyme. A lot captured in this small space.

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Posted in Tragedium

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I like the rhythm this has,

Posted on Fri, 21 Feb 2020

I like the rhythm this has, and the kind of inspirational note that it finishes on, which is built up towards over the course of the poem.

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Posted in I've forgotten

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Lovely.  Beautifully captured

Posted on Tue, 24 Dec 2019

Lovely.  Beautifully captured portrait of abuse and its scars. Those last lines finish it on a strong note.

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Posted in forgive

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Actually, on its own I think

Posted on Wed, 18 Dec 2019

Actually, on its own I think this poem says a lot. At least to me it speaks about the analysing and over-analysing of literature/art until its leached of all its beauty and whatever it's really trying to say. Tidily and cleverly expressed.

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Posted in Words Beyond Meaning

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