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My stories

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Land of Clouds

The Myth of Kupe’s discovery of Aotearoa (NZ), as told by his wife, Hine-te-aparangi.
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Urban Spring

A little sun warms the bones, loosens an inner spring wound so tight it might snap. Something dormant wakes a memory of earth and air, green and song...
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The Comfort of Quiet

There is a moment of choice, sweet tension, hold that long note of silence. Eventually they tire of asking, shake their heads, accept you will not...
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Family, Dusky Bay, NZ/ Whānau, Tamatea, Aotearoa

The earth trembles from time to time and shrugs its cover of snow from high peaks into the water. Tau Moana , where the mountain dips five fingers...
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Out of the Grey

I trace words with a finger through the air across grey clouds, flat with disappointment, blown into puffy pillows with a kiss. Float, float far away...
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Utterly heartbreaking, the

Posted on Sat, 06 Jun 2015

Utterly heartbreaking, the stoic praticality until the crumble at the handwriting, such a personal marker of identity.  And the desperately sad truth that we would settle for just about anything, just to keep them. 

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Posted in Dearest Daughter...

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It must be such a wonderful

Posted on Thu, 04 Jun 2015

It must be such a wonderful relationship, biker and bike.

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Posted in silver horns

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Touristy anthropology,

Posted on Thu, 04 Jun 2015

Touristy anthropology, fiction and fact merging, really like this, unsettling

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Posted in Everything this man says

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Beautiful tiful and atmospheric, a

Posted on Thu, 04 Jun 2015

Beautiful and atmospheric, a sense of the past, the exterior heat interior cool and intimate and the religious artefacts hinting at penance. How the lives of parents before children become mythic.

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Posted in On the day you were made

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Great narrative running

Posted on Wed, 03 Jun 2015

Great narrative running through your poems.  I'm completely hooked.  A complex relationship, how childhood shapes us.  

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Posted in SOUND

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Incredibly moving. The

Posted on Wed, 03 Jun 2015

Incredibly moving. The structure of your poem works so well with the story gradually unfolding and a shiver of emotion I for th reader in each stanza.

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Posted in An Obituary for Stephanie

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This is so immediate, you

Posted on Tue, 02 Jun 2015

This is so immediate, you give such a sense of the moment, I felt my heart beating faster and space shrinking, constricting breath, wonderful, frightening poem.

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Posted in Panic Button

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What an unusual story. Very

Posted on Mon, 01 Jun 2015

What an unusual story. Very imaginative.

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Posted in Conquest of Chimera

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Gruesome but well written.

Posted on Fri, 29 May 2015

Gruesome but well written.  This will go down well with crime fiction readers.

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Posted in Monster Among Us

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This is so visual.  The

Posted on Thu, 28 May 2015

This is so visual.  The natural and the human world.  The transitory nature of life with something immortal and timeless beneath.  Lots of layers and things to think about here.

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Posted in Coastal Path (4) Pen Dinas/Dinas Head

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