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My stories

Gold cherry

Pillock's Castle (3)

The journal ponders the ideal family.


Exploring the background to events in my story 'I Wish I Might'. Started off as a response to the IP 'Tramp', stalled, and then brought back to life by this week's IP.

Daisy and The Chalet Woman (Pt 3)

Kati formulates a plan. An ending. Possibly not THE ending. Still needs a lot of work.

Daisy and The Chalet Woman (Part Two)

Part Two. Still don't know the ending.


338 of my comments have received 348 Great Feedback votes

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I really liked the structure

Posted on Fri, 06 Oct 2017

I really liked the structure and flow of this, Rhiannon.  It reads very well. There are some bizarre interpretations of all sorts of things out there.  Whatever one's own particular religious views, some of the conspiracy and end-of-world...

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Great that this appeared on

Posted on Thu, 28 Sep 2017

Great that this appeared on National Poetry Day - it is a great poem.  I'm doing a course at the moment on 'creative non-fiction' - which turns out to be a lot more complicated than making 'what I did on my holidays' more interesting - and this...

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Our homes really do contain

Posted on Sun, 24 Sep 2017

Our homes really do contain the layers of our lives.  I loved this.  So visual, and also a ghostly feeling of the hidden past.  Great writing.

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Really liked this, Rhiannon. 

Posted on Mon, 18 Sep 2017

Really liked this, Rhiannon.  The rhyming works really well, and parts of it reminded me of riddle poems, which fits in with the idea of the wise owl.  It's a wonderful idea, that we could have a wise and perceptive companion who could keep an...

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It's interesting how poems

Posted on Sun, 17 Sep 2017

It's interesting how poems take different people different ways.  I thought it was very clear, but in a very subtle way.  I think you have to stay true to your vision, especially as it has struck a chord with a number of readers.  That's the...

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I like the way this shows

Posted on Fri, 01 Sep 2017

I like the way this shows that depression invades all the senses.  The description of the grin 'held up with string' is particularly striking and really conveys the mask that people use to disguise the reality.  And of course, as you indicate,...

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It's whether reading the

Posted on Mon, 28 Aug 2017

It's whether reading the greats makes you despair of ever getting anywhere, or inspires you with an example of what can be achieved.  Tends to depend on the mood of the day.  

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Beautiful imagery, and the

Posted on Wed, 23 Aug 2017

Beautiful imagery, and the lilting rhythm goes so well with the subject matter.

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So much to absorb and think

Posted on Sun, 20 Aug 2017

So much to absorb and think about in this, Elsie.  I've read it several times, and it poses a lot of questions.  I do hope your dad's funeral was what you wanted it to be.  The bit about more contact with the family made me smile - all sorts of...

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Lovely stuff.  The bit where

Posted on Fri, 18 Aug 2017

Lovely stuff.  The bit where they come in and you want to hear all about it and they just say 'OK' because they're starving  - that really made me smile.  Always in their own time.  The reassurance of everything being as it should be, after a day...

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