Ewan

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I have 1428 stories published in 25 collections on the site.
My stories have been read 1069832 times and 756 of my stories have been cherry picked.
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Ewan Lawrie

The picture is me signing copies of my novel, Gibbous House at Unbound Books HQ in Islington by the canal.

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St Boris's Day

Just effing read it. (I snarled) Image is in the public domain. Source wikipedia commons.
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The Picture Ranch 49

Back there? Again..? Yes. Image from Author's own copy of a US Manual of Arms in PDF form. No known copyright issues.
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The Picture Ranch 48

One day Fisher will catch on to what's going on, but I doubt it... Image source wikipedia commons, in the Public Domain.
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The Picture Ranch 47

This Mulvaney's not a square guy... Image source is wikipedia commons.
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Obverse

nothing new here, carry on... (Carry On... now there's an idea, Carry On Leaving. Politics as double entendre). Anyway, as the image used is from The New European's downloadable Brexit Horror Masks, one would assume permission to use it here is implied, since they don't mind if I download a copy to wear.
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72 of my comments have received 73 Great Feedback votes

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I wonder

Posted on Thu, 31 Jan 2019

what the playground chants are now... we used to parrot chants about Ho Chi Minh, with no clue where Vietnam was. This has that kind of hypnotic rhythm. Cleverly done.

best
Ewan

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Posted in Don't count your chickens

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This splendid poem

Posted on Wed, 23 Jan 2019

is our Facebook and Twitter Pick of the Day. Why not share or retweet if you like it too.
Image is copyright Dave Bevis source is https://www.geograph.org.uk/photo/3381711 and it is...

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Posted in Thanks in part to Louis M and William W: another love poem

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Nice

Posted on Wed, 23 Jan 2019

to see a dialect word in a poem (jitty) if we don't use them they'll die out. For those of a Yorkshire persuasion it's a ginnel, and if you're Jockinese (like me), it's a close.

Beautifully done.

best
Ewan

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Posted in Thanks in part to Louis M and William W: another love poem

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Lots to Enjoy

Posted on Fri, 21 Dec 2018

 in this deceptively simple poem. I wonder if wouldn't work better without the first line? You show us all of that in the rest of the poem.
This is particularly beautiful

I turn once more to the laundry.
It is evening now
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Posted in love and laundry

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It's worrying

Posted on Tue, 17 Jul 2018

looking back, sometimes. Old pals who took apprenticeships at 16 haven't lifted a tool in 30 years.  Policemen some of them, or RAC men. The lucky few might do some shop-fitting though they're time-served carpenters and joiners. One lathe-turner...

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Posted in Distance

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It's funny

Posted on Thu, 07 Jun 2018

if you'd asked me 10 years ago about the cathartic benefits of writing, I'd have laughed in your face. How wrong can one be? I suppose the point is it enables you (me, one etc.) to take your feelings outside and examine them, turning them over to...

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Posted in Here Are Things

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This

Posted on Thu, 26 Apr 2018

is our Facebook and Twitter Pick of the Day, it is a skilful two-parter which really drew this reader in.

Please read part two...

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Posted in Something Hard Inside Him (Part 1)

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Glad

Posted on Thu, 26 Apr 2018

you ended it here. I am a fan of unresolved fiction, especially in short stories. Skilful writing which drew me in.

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Posted in Something Hard Inside Him (Part 2)

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Me too.

Posted on Thu, 26 Apr 2018

I hope you don't mind, I've put a link to part two at the bottom. .

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Posted in Something Hard Inside Him (Part 1)

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Congratulations

Posted on Thu, 05 Apr 2018

this is our Facebook and Twitter Pick of the Day.

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Posted in The Whale Cafe

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