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New Frock

Inspired to write this by Jenny.
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In Passing

A poem for my friend Stephen Ward - AKA the poet - mangothechutneyman
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Fascination

Intent upon the light..
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Scarf

to keep you warm
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In Case You Don't Remember

Another on my Beach theme

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295 of my comments have received 281 Great Feedback votes

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Yes, but it's about a fly.

Posted on Fri, 26 Jun 2015

Yes, but it's about a fly.

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Posted in Going Round in Circles

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So delicately sculpted, this

Posted on Thu, 25 Jun 2015

So delicately sculpted, this bleeds beauty and tugged at the strings of my heart, Tina.

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Posted in June...

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Hi Ed. I love that tree

Posted on Wed, 24 Jun 2015

Hi Ed.

I love the picture of that tree crossing into winter - very appropriate. The poem has that same feeling of waiting to cross over - life is a moving picture on the other side of a window. You have captured two contrasting atmospheres...

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Posted in Waiting

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This is great - fascinating

Posted on Sat, 20 Jun 2015

This is great - fascinating and absorbing. I think inserts idea would tighten it up as a short story - make it feel less meandering in places and padded, but it is brilliant, and stirring, emotionally. I love it.

'People try to press and...

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Posted in Reprieve (please stay here with me)

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That grief can be good - in

Posted on Fri, 19 Jun 2015

That grief can be good - in certain cases. I saw it as violence - not so much from another, but perhaps - chair smashes window then she jumps. All heard from the child's  room.

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Posted in Good Grief

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Yes, lovely. Not eating it,

Posted on Wed, 17 Jun 2015

Yes, lovely. Not eating it, though - it cheers me up just looking at it.smiley

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Posted in A Medal!

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The picture tells a big story

Posted on Wed, 17 Jun 2015

The picture tells a big story, love how you caught the moment and froze it at the end. I was fascinated by the ambiguity of the ending. Could mean a sharply remembered moment, or as the glass, moth and dog - possibly not remembered... Too much...

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Posted in The Hand that Takes the Picture

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Frustration and inner turmoil

Posted on Wed, 17 Jun 2015

Frustration and inner turmoil. Lots of it.

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Posted in Stuck in Checkmate

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It is wonderful. Not a

Posted on Thu, 11 Jun 2015

It is wonderful. Not a criticism, but I was looking hard because you asked us to and with a great effort at nit picking, I thought that in this line - 'the sharp piercing of thorns' - 'sharp' might not be needed. It might be, though. I just felt...

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Posted in Loathsome (Poetry Monthly)

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Really liked this - and that

Posted on Wed, 10 Jun 2015

Really liked this - and that 'unsettling' (as Philip said)  after-feeling. It's probably just me, but this line feels a bit awkward to me. - 'which I yawn out to relieve' Its a good description, but maybe it's the order of it - just doesnt sit...

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Posted in On Comedown Hill

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