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I have 29 stories published in 5 collections on the site.
My stories have been read 3070 times and 12 of my stories have been cherry picked.
11 of my 34 comments have been voted Great Feedback with a total of 12 votes

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Cherry

Time

continuing the exploration of IS
Cherry

the art of loving through frosted glass

6:28- I’m stationed in the courtyard. punctual, 2 minutes later, she appears framed in the bathroom window, undraped, her lines from breast to hip...
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Cherry

In death there is no forgiveness

on the death of my father
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the uncertainty principle

when i left the house this morning you were there. now returned, at the door, I’m afraid to open.
Cherry

The Grand Yew - All Saints' Church

paying homage to a 700 year old Yew
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11 of my comments have received 12 Great Feedback votes

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Very clever interpretation.

Posted on Wed, 07 Apr 2021

Very clever interpretation. This got me thinking - which is never a good thing - about beginnings and endings; the art is to begin something and have the ending in mind, and to build towards that with an open mind and heart and with respect. But...

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Posted in Humpty Dumpty

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Beautiful poem, and the last

Posted on Tue, 06 Apr 2021

Beautiful poem, and the last sentence is sublime.

It would be great if we could pick up time. My grandmother told me that life was all about making memories and stringing them like pearls into our souls, and at end of says we can take them...

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Posted in to pick up time

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visual in a verbal way.

Posted on Thu, 11 Feb 2021

visual in a verbal way. Nature's vistas can be inspiring. Wonderful poem.

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Posted in After the Blizzard

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This line is superb - 

Posted on Thu, 11 Feb 2021

This line is superb - 

"a mirror

of night in scissor-tailed sorcery."

And I must ask, why "biologically armed"? It invokes a picture of war, and not the serenity of love, or maybe that is my tinted glass view!

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Posted in Swallow-tailed Kites

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You have an eye for detail

Posted on Thu, 28 Jan 2021

You have an eye for detail and building the images for the reader.

The last line is a perfect ending: "and life was translucent." 

bhi

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Posted in A Secret Forest

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Beautiful creatures whose

Posted on Sat, 30 Jan 2021

Beautiful creatures whose grace and dilemma have been captured perfectly in this poem. 

These line:

"I sense the fray 

of identity against my need

to belong to anything, any

thing, when I do not know

why...

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Posted in Herring Gull

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Condensed imagery invoking

Posted on Thu, 24 Sep 2020

Condensed imagery invoking much

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Posted in Inconsequence

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This shows great empathy and

Posted on Thu, 14 Jan 2021

This shows great empathy and understanding of a country which does very often lead to an immediate "love/hate" relationship. The detail shows a sharp eye and the narrative flows very well with the interlinking of your back story with the...

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Posted in The Haunted Fort of Bhangarh

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Wonderful poem. LIke this

Posted on Tue, 12 Jan 2021

Wonderful poem. LIke this verse:

"The past leaves

Only prints, disordered.

Details burned beneath the acids

Of emotion, colours telling lies

Hiding in the fade of time"

 

Just one observation: did...

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Posted in The Edge of Colour

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There are some fantastic

Posted on Wed, 13 Jan 2021

There are some fantastic phrases in this poem, this in particular:

"Only

to be woken by crows,

black mornings, broken

by the flight of brimstone

butterflies in transformation."

Beautifully crafted....

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Posted in Oh, What’s That In The Hollow?

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