Ed Crane

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I have 136 stories published in 0 collections on the site.
My stories have been read 155582 times and 116 of my stories have been cherry picked.
100 of my 1,417 comments have been voted Great Feedback with a total of 103 votes

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Tacha's Granddad

 

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Manatee

I so much want to know how soft your skin. Run fingers over sparce hairs wondering how you perceive my presence. If I am friend or I am foe. You will...
Cherry

Jenny

Wiki commons image of The Brodgar Ring by Stevekeiretsu . Thank you
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Gold cherry

Box Room

A North Kent box-room bedroom beneath the roof of a 30’s semi anchored in a sea of thousands. A secure place for toddlers with a paraffin night-light...
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Gold cherry

Cherry Dreamin'

I found this tile painting I did in 2006 while living in the Canary Islands about five years before I knew about ABC. It got me 'dreamin' again...
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Cherry

The Pied Sniper

You call a witches cackle, rasping laugh of the heavy smoker. A dolphin with a sore throat. Arrogant strutting showman swearing black is white. A...

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100 of my comments have received 103 Great Feedback votes

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Good to read this train of thought,

Posted on Fri, 15 Feb 2019

I was thinking about writing a bit of a ramble about a totally different subject, but reading this brought familiar thoughts and also some nice memories of my Las Palmas and Lanz. days. Eight years away from Spain punctuated by occasional trips...

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Posted in Among friends

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I'm back :)

Posted on Sun, 10 May 2020

There seems to be some very good poems on here recently, but I have to say this is one of the best poems I have ever read on here. If it doesn't make poem of the month there's no justice.

Anyway, that aside, what struck me is the picture...

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Posted in Cinderella river

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How did I miss this? Where was I on October 4th

Posted on Fri, 04 Oct 2019

This has to be one of your very best, and one of the best I've ever seen on ABC.

The four opening lines hit me right between the eyes. I spent half my working life on the road and your descripion of chain pubs is awesome. I've stayed in...

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Posted in Never trust a writer

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Mornin' Harry

Posted on Tue, 16 Oct 2018

I read with great interest your story and your replies to other comments and it got me thinking about your situation and those with the similar problems.

Now, I don't want to be-little autism by any means, but it looks to me like Aspergers...

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Posted in Head-Crash

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I've been a bit rough lately and haven't followed ABC for a week

Posted on Fri, 09 Feb 2018

This morning I found this gem. This is so visual to me. I see everything in black and white, not because it's like an old movie or an early Ken Loach play of the week, but because it tells a story, or should that be the story, of mining...

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Posted in Some Seam Shared

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A remarkable stream of consciousness

Posted on Sun, 06 Jun 2021

This is a wonderful piece or poetic prose perfectly describing the magic of dawn.

This is so well crafted it gave me goosebumps as I read it.

 

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Posted in Garden at Dawn

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This caught my eye

Posted on Wed, 02 Jun 2021

I must admit I've been a bit remiss at reading your excellent poems, (and reading in general). 

I have a soft spot for Yaffles, I hear them often but rarely see their typical green streak as the fly by on the lookout for ants nests....

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Posted in Building A Boat

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how about?

Posted on Wed, 14 Oct 2020

A wall of pain

roasted hundreds

of Koalas huddled

inside their last moments.

 

(The first time I went to Australia I made the mistake if calling them bears.

'They're KOALAS, mate,' spoken in a tone that ...

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Posted in An Australian View

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I don't wish to nit-pick but I suppose I am

Posted on Wed, 14 Oct 2020

This terrible tragedy and the loss of so many of these beautiful and valuable creatures is a disaster beyond words, however if an Australian heard you call their national treasure a Bear you would probably get a good roasting yourself.

I...

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Posted in An Australian View

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This brought back some memories, Jenny

Posted on Wed, 02 Sep 2020

I lived about 15 miles from Savernake forest for ten years. We often used to go there for a wander on a weekend and especially in autumn looking for mushrooms. Blewits were abundant as I recall. Lovely flavour, but also popular with the wildlife...

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Posted in Peace In The Forest

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