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I have 108 stories published in one collection on the site.
My stories have been read 162426 times and 177 of my stories have been cherry picked.
640 of my 3,123 comments have been voted Great Feedback with a total of 652 votes

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breezy

this breeze, seeming slight might be calmness dying, a storm’s birth it could have come from Samarkand or been in Neanderthal lungs we all breathe...
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Cherry

10th july grasshopper

mossy rocks tumbled from windbreak wall hold back reed tines' reaching on and on to moor's distance misty bright of gorse here, in warm air, low...
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wet 6th july

clouds secrete clear, cold threads, falling, coccoon round tree limbs shade flesh, lumens an airy tingle of tall grass, till rainbow orbs pool bodies...
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june 25th, woods after a hot day

in late afternoon, far from carrion concrete flies score warm silence. Butterflies duet in tawny triangles, fine-lines to planes over hushed, close...
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june 20th

wind plays liquid dominoe runs with grass, seeds soft amethyst sea. Below azure smooth, boats small as white moths rising from our feet as we wade...
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640 of my comments have received 652 Great Feedback votes

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That breakfast sounded

Posted on Tue, 10 Aug 2021

That breakfast sounded delicious! Not like any kind of breakfast I have ever had :0) I liked how you wove it all through the story, also showing how clever and capable and thoughtful Martha is to have made it? 

Perfidia showed her good...

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Posted in "Willow's Tail" 15

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Jenny, if it is about

Posted on Sun, 08 Aug 2021

Jenny, if it is about technology, I understand, as I am the same, BUT  if it is because of your accent, please think again!

It is a wrong and terrible thing that the south east of england accent might be considered by ANYONE  to...

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Posted in Fleeting Observations Of A Poet

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your cousin sounds so special

Posted on Mon, 09 Aug 2021

your cousin sounds so special, a wonderful friend to have growing up. Thankyou so much for sharing this beautiful memory, you have written a gorgeous, vivid poem

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Posted in Time’s Travel

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Jenny, this is a MASTERPIECE

Posted on Sun, 08 Aug 2021

Jenny, this is a MASTERPIECE.  Too wonderful to list every highlight, just needing to read again and again. 

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Posted in Fleeting Observations Of A Poet

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Oh, I loved this! The rhythm

Posted on Sun, 08 Aug 2021

Oh, I loved this! The rhythm of Rohan and India's conversation is a delight, and how they started off is just right, I could see that happening. And then the middle bit where they got lost and Rohan was waiting for wolves to come was funny, and...

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Posted in Lotht!

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This is wonderful. Like Airy

Posted on Thu, 05 Aug 2021

This is wonderful. Like Airy I had to look up the Greek words - the idea of beautiful evil is new to me. The misogyny Helen faced, you make it so real. Despite the glamour all these poems have and the larger than life feeling you have created,...

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Posted in I, Helen -Parts 1 and 2

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Thankyou so much! You are

Posted on Fri, 06 Aug 2021

Thankyou so much! You are very kind reading all these, you must think "Oh no! Not another blinking poem about climate change!"

If it has any merit at all it is thanks to Tina, as every time I thought it was ok she would sit on the...

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Posted in fallow

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Was there an earlier version

Posted on Tue, 03 Aug 2021

Was there an earlier version of this? Sure I remembered normal being a myth? It's a great message, I wish it was tought in school instead of the opposite, that you have to be the same to belong - where would orchestras be if everyone had to play...

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Posted in Saccades of Sands

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I like "peeped staccato" very

Posted on Fri, 06 Aug 2021

I like "peeped staccato" very much, always find it hard describing bird sounds, but this is perfect, delicate

I would not dare to have the sky as a love :0) a surrogate parent perhaps

beautiful, rich poem

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Posted in White Sailors

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You have described these

Posted on Wed, 04 Aug 2021

You have described these foxcubs so well! So many great observations -

"squeal, cavorting amid brilliance of/security light" Cavorting brilliant, sort of exciting and unusual, just as seeing the foxes

"See a rustling spill of fading...

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Posted in Foxy Till Dawn

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