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Breathed - (poetry monthly)

For Stephen on the day of his funeral, with love and fond memories from me xxx
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Writing It Off

I sometimes wonder what I'm doing writing all this drivel, troubling others with problems that should remain dignified and private. Why bother when...

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295 of my comments have received 281 Great Feedback votes

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Hi Tina.

Posted on Fri, 17 Jul 2015

Hi Tina.

Sometimes I think - thank goodness for poetry, where we can let these thoughts and feelings flood out, when we don't get the opportunity to vent them on those who deserve the worst. And you do it so well - the writing, I mean. He...

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Posted in Doppelganger (Poetry Monthly)

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I think the scary thing in

Posted on Tue, 14 Jul 2015

I think the scary thing in this poem is that it's about to happen. Beautifully pictured.

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Posted in The Town the Wind Blew Away

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Oh, so clever! You built the

Posted on Mon, 13 Jul 2015

Oh, so clever! You built the narrators character so brilliantly by using contrast to the 'main'  character, and the twist coming right at the end - you got me!!!

Great writing.

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Posted in Chalk And Cheese

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This is good, AE. 'no use

Posted on Sun, 12 Jul 2015

This is good, AE. 'no use assigning blame.' - that doesn't seem right as you are assigning blame. If you took that out, I think it would work well. Lots of emotion behind the words.

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Posted in Pushed

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Thanks for the lovely photo

Posted on Sun, 05 Jul 2015

Thanks for the lovely photo of the glass half full. wink

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Posted in Positive Thinking

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I liked this. If it were mine

Posted on Mon, 06 Jul 2015

I liked this. If it were mine, I'd omit the last line and leave the outcome to the readers imagination. Just a thought. But I thought it was really good.

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Posted in Untitled

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I loved reading this. It was

Posted on Mon, 06 Jul 2015

I loved reading this. It was brought to life by the use of the clock - perfect and easy for anyone who's been on to picture. I got taken on as a present (unwanted because I know I hate being trapped in enclosed spaces). At the end of the queue, I...

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Posted in My London Eye Experience

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A great picture of how it was

Posted on Sun, 05 Jul 2015

A great picture of how it was - taking care of reality - seen through the eyes of someone who also hoped for better. 

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Posted in Women of Small Histories

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You capture the composite

Posted on Sat, 04 Jul 2015

You capture the composite scene so brilliantly here, Luigi, and the viewer's own feelings on interpreting what he sees. Reading it, I had a strong feeling that it would work / read better broken into stanzas. But that's not your style, and who am...

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Posted in A View from the Top (Poetry Monthly)

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Perfect meter, and a

Posted on Sun, 28 Jun 2015

Perfect meter, and a strangely wistful and loving feel. It is clever because it's so faultlessly written, capturing an elusive mood, fitting the theme. Really well done - wish I'd written it myself. Love countdown.

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Posted in Countdown

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