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StoryThe Hare in the Middle Rhiannonw125 years 11 months ago
StoryRe-imagining Venus Philip Sidney95 years 11 months ago
StoryVisiting Bury Ditches Rhiannonw105 years 11 months ago
StoryAnd the Beat Goes On (IP) Overthetop1415 years 11 months ago
StoryNot a Shakespearean Sonnet Philip Sidney215 years 12 months ago
StoryNoisy silence Pat G45 years 12 months ago
StoryNo More Pussy Galore Hal 210445 years 12 months ago
StoryLittle dreamchoke mcmanaman45 years 12 months ago
StoryGrave news Pat G106 years 4 days ago
StoryThe tube samhennig86 years 5 days ago
StoryI lie with you Deliberately Ev...86 years 1 week ago
StoryFragmentary, worldly, hyper-real... schafd46 years 1 month ago
StoryYo Dominator! (Poetry monthly) Deliberately Ev...296 years 1 month ago
StoryKnitted Knockers Bee206 years 2 months ago
StoryFrom One Woman to Another Bee186 years 2 months ago
StoryBorder Control (Poetry Monthly) Philip Sidney256 years 3 months ago
StoryLike What We Was Bee236 years 3 months ago
StoryKarelia (Poetry Monthly) Pat G106 years 3 months ago
StoryThe Making of Love Silver Spun Sand126 years 3 months ago
StorySeason Ticket Ewan86 years 3 months ago
StoryAn Ocean Apart (poetry monthly) Ed Crane126 years 3 months ago
StoryA Borderline Case (Poetry Monthly) Silver Spun Sand146 years 3 months ago
StoryLast Cry of the Fox skinner_jennifer146 years 3 months ago
StoryHuldufolk (Poetry Monthly) Philip Sidney256 years 3 months ago
StoryThe Flounderer Bee166 years 3 months ago

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Gold cherry
Poem of the week

Stockholm archipelago

My other life lurks in the thousands of inbetweens...
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pukeko (Poetry monthly)

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Dummy (Poetry monthly)

Looking inwards at my terraced streets (Poetry monthly - psychogeography)

Guilt trip

.... so easy for us to forget
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Photograph exhibition (poetry monthly)

Police tape cordons, plate glass, viewing platforms, screen bezels, and picture frames - so much of what we see from our sanitised lives is curated for us. Thank you Philip for this month's theme. This piece has been nagging at me for ages. I welcome thoughts - don't be kind.

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