Philip Sidney

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My stories

Just Visiting

Noor had a fortunate face. There was something in the set of her eyes and the curve of her mouth which elicited spontaneous acts of generosity. Her...
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Dust

The hospital was an old filing cabinet of a building. Patients were shuffled then sorted: in, out, pending. Then there were those consigned to the...
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Under the Ice (2)

At last, Aroha had managed to make a hole which she deemed to be of sufficient width. She ran awkwardly to where she had made her discovery, slipping...
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Under The Ice (1)

First sequence in an attempt to write some longer prose.
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Thetis

His mother was a sea-nymph. She found life on land, an irritant. Mortals? Dull and ignorant. Gods? Overbearing. Sea eyes changed colour with her mood...

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379 of my comments have received 364 Great Feedback votes

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The bleakness of the city.  I

Posted on Thu, 13 Nov 2014

The bleakness of the city.  I like the way some lines stretch beyond - like cranes.

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Posted in Cranes

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Strange and compelling, has

Posted on Sun, 09 Nov 2014

Strange and compelling, has an anime feel to it, very visual.  I want  to know more.

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Posted in Collecting Samples

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I see this as a Czech cartoon

Posted on Sun, 09 Nov 2014

I see this as a Czech cartoon from the 60s.

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Posted in HB1

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The importance of marking the

Posted on Fri, 07 Nov 2014

The importance of marking the moment, beautiful.

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Posted in Train stop

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Love the Bill and Ted voices,

Posted on Thu, 30 Oct 2014

Love the Bill and Ted voices, fun and funny.

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Posted in The Tree and the Bird Man

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The narrator seems to be as

Posted on Mon, 20 Oct 2014

The narrator seems to be as much a ghost as the characters she happens upon,  Floating through shared memories.  This sensation also mirrors the sense of diembodiment felt when in shock,which works so well with the final image.

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Posted in All the Ghosts of Us

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There is something s gentle

Posted on Fri, 10 Oct 2014

There is something so gentle in this.  I like that it is in first person, the act of falling is so compelling, the irony of the helpful woman.

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Posted in Living on the Edge

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Each episode is clearly drawn

Posted on Wed, 08 Oct 2014

Each episode is clearly drawn.  Great stucture, leaving us with a little stab in the heart.

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Posted in An apology to Archie

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Absolutley wonderful!  A

Posted on Sat, 04 Oct 2014

Absolutley wonderful!  A brilliantl character, funny and touching.  

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Posted in The Diary of an Aspiring Hitman - Chapter 1

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Another wonderfully evocative

Posted on Wed, 01 Oct 2014

Another wonderfully evocative poem.  This has such a stong sense of place and timelessness. A renaissance back to nature. Beautiful.

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Posted in Aridity's Garden

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