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Turmoil (Poetry monthly)

Inspired over general feelings concerning recent events.

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295 of my comments have received 281 Great Feedback votes

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Excellent characterization

Posted on Sun, 02 Aug 2015

Excellent characterization and a brilliant storyline leading to an unexpected multilayered ending with extended implications.

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Posted in Lisitskiaia's Quarter

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Such an uplifting poem, Tina,

Posted on Sat, 01 Aug 2015

Such an uplifting poem, Tina, and filled with appreciation of the simple things in life that remind us of so much more.

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Posted in Ten Things I Love...

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I like Erin's introduction

Posted on Thu, 30 Jul 2015

I like Erin's introduction using the cat which opens up the reason for the lonliness. Her personality is there, too, through her would be responses. I liked this.

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Posted in Why I Live Alone

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What an amazing flow of

Posted on Tue, 28 Jul 2015

What an amazing flow of poetry in prose. Excellent! Neatly worked story, too.

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Posted in Mandragora's Curse

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A moment captured in a flash

Posted on Mon, 27 Jul 2015

A moment captured in a flash of carefully chosen words.

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Posted in Flypast

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It was the day

Posted on Sun, 26 Jul 2015

It was the day
I went down to the kitchen –
the thin skin of the night 
peeling back, '                    

That's exquisitly delicately worded, Tina. And the following words are more heartbreaking for their matter-of-...

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Posted in Chess

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I found this piece very

Posted on Mon, 27 Jul 2015

I found this piece very moving and heartening. Your grandad sounds like a great man who taught you so much about how to be one, too, and to show you good paths to follow, and even if we get lost now and again, that sort of guidance stays with us...

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Posted in Byrd Jones, Teacher and Grandfather

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An amazing write, especially

Posted on Tue, 21 Jul 2015

An amazing write, especially as the last part was written after you fell asleep in 1975 - time to wake up, I think....

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Posted in Thoughts on a Rooftop

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As Philip said, very

Posted on Sun, 19 Jul 2015

As Philip said, very beautiful. And it does speak to all who have lost someone. I found it so very moving - in floods of tears - for the sadness, and the happiness you decided to adopt knowing it was what would be wanted from you. I so get that....

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Posted in I still feel you

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I feel that I remember this

Posted on Fri, 17 Jul 2015

I feel that I remember this lovely poem - so fragile in the making, like those delicate wings of the butterfly and her memory that means so much. 
'Forget her?  
 
Simpler, by far, to straighten
a rainbow, bring peace to...

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Posted in Sara Orange-Tip Was Here

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