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Peep Show

‘I bet you’ve seen a few sights.’ I always get that when people find out how I make a living. That or a poor George Formby impression, ‘You should...

Poetry Day Pastoral

Thought I'd repost this for World Poetry Day.
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In the Green Time

Mari loved this time best. It was late afternoon in the garden. The children fresh from their bath, darted about in unison, like pale rooks before...
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Endurance

Sisyphus knew daily endurance how absurd, the behaviour of living. Plastic handles cut off the blood 6 bags of tins, why tins? lugged along the long...
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Hurrah!  You're posting again

Posted on Thu, 02 Jul 2015

Hurrah!  You're posting again, another (glassy) gem.

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Posted in A Game of Stones

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I love those fleeting

Posted on Thu, 02 Jul 2015

I love those fleeting glimpses of other lives from a train window, speed and stillness meet.  The Degas pose is a lovely image, as is the winter jasmine wind wrap, an elderly ballerina in contrast to hard metallic lines, has a touch of Chagall...

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Posted in From a Stopping Train (Poetry Monthly)

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A beautiful cartoon, strange

Posted on Wed, 24 Jun 2015

A beautiful cartoon, strange and dreamy.

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Posted in Chapter Ten Conquest of Chimera

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Great imagination.  Lovely

Posted on Wed, 24 Jun 2015

Great imagination.  Lovely dreamy feel.

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Posted in 'Til Death, Part 2: Heaven

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Lovely ideas.

Posted on Mon, 22 Jun 2015

Lovely ideas.

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Posted in Chapter Nine Conquest of Chimera

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I'm enjoying this unusual

Posted on Wed, 10 Jun 2015

I'm enjoying this unusual story.

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Posted in Chapter Five Conquest of Chimera

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you have a great name!  Poor

Posted on Wed, 10 Jun 2015

you have a great name!  Poor Otis - cranberry martinis, I like the quirkiness of that.  Interesting, I want to know what he's been up to.

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Posted in A City of Bad Souls

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Great plot development and

Posted on Sun, 07 Jun 2015

Great plot development and description, very smoothly written.

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Posted in The Fifth Star - Chapter 16 (1/2) - The Hideout

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I like the perspective here,

Posted on Sun, 07 Jun 2015

I like the perspective here, projecting into the future and considering the present, lots of layers, personal and distant at the same time.  Good luck with the pamphlet!

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Posted in Two Years

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I just love your enthusiastic

Posted on Sat, 06 Jun 2015

I just love your enthusiastic responses Art, they lift my spirits.  I have an affinity with your side of the world, I was brought up in NZ, very many years ago.  I didn't find out about one of my great greats... who apparently brought the zither...

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Posted in Breath

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