Philip Sidney

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Teasels

Colours, faded to winter’s gentle browns and greys. Sweet nectar, gone, lapped by the long tongued bee. We stand, unaided through icy nights and...
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Gold cherry

The City Lives

The city lives grows like a child imperceptibly unless seen at intervals creeps over time and once green fields produces imitations mutations which...
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Artists in the Classroom

He scowls at the back Carves his name in the desk Sneers in your face Spits on the floor Prowls from the room Read what he scrawled: Caravaggio. She...
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Dancing at The Dubliner

Take a walk with me down Reykjavik’s high street. The air is cold, but dry, so you can breathe easy. Watch your step, the crunchy snow has been worn...
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Blackwater

We scattered the dust of you at the edge of the world where water meets earth and sky, as though we were releasing your tight ball of spirit into the...
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This great, full of energy

Posted on Sun, 03 May 2015

This great, full of energy and perverseness of being human.

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Posted in The Protest

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Oh my!  I just googled it and

Posted on Sat, 02 May 2015

Oh my!  I just googled it and if it's the one set in NZ it sounds close to my childhood, I'm going to try and get it!  Thank you Vera. ...

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Such a fascinating story!

Posted on Tue, 28 Apr 2015

Such a fascinating story!  There are still some issues with tenses and it should be 'her husband' not his.  I really like this mix of history and myth.

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Posted in The Ancient tax on Breast

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This has a touch of horror to

Posted on Mon, 27 Apr 2015

This has a touch of horror to it, I wonder why she has to stay locked up.  Very dark but interesting ideas.  Still a few gammatical issues, e.g. 'find hersself' should be 'found, 'ringed', 'rang', it seems like tenses need looking at.

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Posted in Strange deeds of Anduin,

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Nearly there!  This reminds

Posted on Sun, 26 Apr 2015

Nearly there!  This reminds me of 'Wild', the camaraderie and how far you have all come.

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Posted in Camino 14 – 2 October 2014

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Wistful and true, shedding

Posted on Tue, 21 Apr 2015

Wistful and true, shedding the past.

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Posted in moving in

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I quite like the awkwardness

Posted on Fri, 24 Apr 2015

I quite like the awkwardness of 'comfortability' and 'moonlight-less', seems to refelect the feelings in the poem.

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Posted in Barcelona Midnight

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Memories, beautifully

Posted on Thu, 23 Apr 2015

Memories, beautifully captured.

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Posted in Lady Plays the Blues

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If only we could go back,

Posted on Tue, 21 Apr 2015

If only we could go back, haunting writing.

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Names of flowers are so

Posted on Sun, 19 Apr 2015

Names of flowers are so beautiful, contrasts well with the horror that follows.  i've got a beautiful dead butterfly on my table, found it dead, horrible to have it because it is dead, but it is so beautiful, dilemma.

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Posted in Holly Blue

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