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The Flounderer

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Like What We Was

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312 of my comments have received 298 Great Feedback votes

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I like this. You've put it

Posted on Thu, 05 Nov 2015

I like this. You've put it all into such a tight space. Well done!

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Posted in Addiction

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Oh Moya, I needed that. Belly

Posted on Thu, 05 Nov 2015

Oh Moya, I needed that. Belly is aching from laughter. I especially enjoyed the bits about Ophelia; the mild, passing thought they might help her, then back to their own chat without another thought for her. Brilliant play. I'd love to have seen...

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Posted in Romeo and Juliet Live on a Council Estate in Peckham

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I'm a nervous wreck with

Posted on Sat, 31 Oct 2015

I'm a nervous wreck with little kids at the park, but it's fun, too. Lovely description in this - all those gripping fingers and wiggling toes....

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Posted in Spreading their Wings!

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This has an ethereal quality,

Posted on Sat, 31 Oct 2015

This has an ethereal quality, Tina. You almost have to be brave, having come to the borders of sleep, to step over the boundary, knowing the infinite possibilities. 

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Posted in "At the Going Down of the Sun"

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Paints a wonderfully rich

Posted on Wed, 28 Oct 2015

Paints a wonderfully rich tapestry - each word flowing one into another like the hills. It's lovely, Rhiannon.

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Posted in On the Mynd

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There's something apparently

Posted on Tue, 27 Oct 2015

There's something apparently casual - almost throwaway in the 'sometimes' of this - whilst still alluding to the deeper subject that works as a contrast with the alternative suggestion that 'sometimes' it might not be so. I love this poem. 

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Posted in Some days begin with a swim

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Heartbreaking - seems

Posted on Sat, 24 Oct 2015

Heartbreaking - seems impossible to get through the barriers, but kindness shown is often remembered when occasionally, it wins through. There are survivors, and hope. 

Well written, Lindy.

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Posted in Hopes and dreams

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Are you procrastination? It's

Posted on Fri, 23 Oct 2015

Are you procrastination? It's a really good poem, by the way.

or are you just waiting for someone to tell you who you are coz you don't know yet?

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Posted in Who am I?

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I'm guessing by 'aspire to

Posted on Thu, 22 Oct 2015

I'm guessing by 'aspire to imitate', his kids were doing their best to please the 'you' spoken of by the narrator, but he doesn't appritiate it. Speaks like the narrator is also the son. 

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Posted in Legacy

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This is wonderfully pared

Posted on Tue, 20 Oct 2015

This is wonderfully pared down to the bones, but also retains the delicacy of the broken China, which is the self of the narrator, broken and fixed one too many times. 

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Posted in Porcelain

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