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Wisdom

“There are two types of apple. Those that you can eat and those you can’t.” Reuben's mother had intoned these words sagely, as if quoting one of the...
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On the Eve

No going back, always going forward. Belong to the known, longing for better. It’s about identity, it’s about hope. Loyal to the familiar, untied...

Gods of the Bog

It’s dark in here, the bulb’s blown, you can’t read. God won’t see you behind the locked door, so think anything you like, all those thoughts you...
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Saltley Gas Works (Necropolis)

A rise and fall of gas, power pushed from metallic lungs into the manufactured land. Life flooded the mechanical. Death hung in the air, choked...
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Name Tag

A bit of a mean one.

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378 of my comments have received 374 Great Feedback votes

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The agony of getting to the

Posted on Fri, 06 Feb 2015

The agony of getting to the end, crows and fish and lamps, feels like a 2 o'clock in the morning room.

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Posted in Cultured Schlock

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The lark makes me think of

Posted on Sun, 01 Feb 2015

The lark makes me think of Keats' Nightingale, lovely ideas and place to be.

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Posted in What the sky said

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So sensual.

Posted on Sun, 01 Feb 2015

So sensual.

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Posted in Orbital

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Pacey and full of suspense.

Posted on Sat, 31 Jan 2015

Pacey and full of suspense.

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Posted in Luck (part I)

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Good morals.

Posted on Tue, 27 Jan 2015

Good morals.

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Posted in THE INTELLIGENT PIGEON

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Nice shifts of perspective, I

Posted on Tue, 27 Jan 2015

Nice shifts of perspective, I like the methodical use of description, matching his actions, the suspense builds well too.

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Posted in Meditation

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Magical.

Posted on Sun, 25 Jan 2015

Magical.

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Posted in What I promised the sea

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I like the use of direct

Posted on Sun, 25 Jan 2015

I like the use of direct address and the building of suspense.

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Posted in Park Bench

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Wonderful, I can see how this

Posted on Thu, 22 Jan 2015

Wonderful, I can see how this moment would stay with you.

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Posted in The lake and the seagull

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i don't really understand all

Posted on Wed, 21 Jan 2015

i don't really understand all of this and I'm not sure what or who Peer is, but I really like it, interesting ideas, like the mix of prose and poetry and some haunting images. Another lovely picture too.

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Posted in The Castaway's Waning Sanity

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