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I have 177 stories published in 3 collections on the site.
My stories have been read 99713 times and 175 of my stories have been cherry picked.
111 of my 1,083 comments have been voted Great Feedback with a total of 117 votes

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Jack Mutant - Which Way is Down? (part eleven)

Jack’s stomach churned, he struggled to eat breakfast, his appetite deadened by the familiar wriggling worms of anxiety and negativity. It was always...

Do You Remember The Old Orchard?

Do you remember the old orchard? The apple-dapple shade Among gnarly trees we grew June drops and carpets of leaves On littered floors we played...
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Jack Mutant - Which Way is Down? (part ten)

Jack woke to find a warm, scraggy lump pushed up close to him, he reached out his hand and ran his fingers through Bristol’s coarse fur, the dog made...
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Lilliputian Visions

It was only very recently that I discovered that my vision, or rather what I actually saw, had a name, a title, it was a thing, something other...
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Where do Christmas Trees go to Die?

Where do Christmas trees go to die In a municipal car park piled up high And all the dogs stop to sniff The household smells of pets And festive food...

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111 of my comments have received 117 Great Feedback votes

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This is so beautiful, from a

Posted on Wed, 04 Nov 2015

This is so beautiful, from a place felt, breaks the lines which separate what we perceive as our reality from the rest.

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Posted in Nights Such as These

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Rhus typhina - Stag's Horn

Posted on Sat, 17 Oct 2015

Rhus typhina - Stag's Horn Sumach x

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Posted in October

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This is so dreamy and

Posted on Sun, 11 Oct 2015

This is so dreamy and atmospheric, I thought maybe the character was trapped inside a dream at first (it used to happen to me and I'd think, 'why do I always come here?') Love the description of him coming round, not rushed, just right. I learned...

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Posted in My Problem with Peyote

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Really enjoyed. Jeremy has

Posted on Sat, 26 Sep 2015

Really enjoyed. Jeremy has grown on me ever since I took the time to hear the man speak! It's difficult to see him through all the flames - I think you nailed it.

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Posted in For the love of Jeremy Corbyn

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Some people are able to write

Posted on Tue, 23 Jun 2015

Some people are able to write poems which massage the brain. This is one of them Terry. The title put me off and I didn't think I'd enjoy it but I really did. It made me salivate and my brain is refreshed, ready to see beauty in the world again...

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Posted in Isolde - If Only You'd Be Mine

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What a sweet tribute to your

Posted on Tue, 16 Jun 2015

What a sweet tribute to your mother, she looks lovely in the photo by the way. Recently I have been remembering lots of little things about my dad who died eight years ago, they come back to me like small subconsious gifts. Memories of your...

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Posted in I Still Miss You Terribly

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Love this - a situation joins

Posted on Mon, 11 May 2015

Love this - a situation joins up blithely into something more complete than it could have been. 

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Posted in For the Love of Her

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This is very evocative for me

Posted on Tue, 28 Apr 2015

This is very evocative for me. My dad was an Ansell's lifer, paid partly in beer tokens. I used to look down from the expressway and think how I wouldn't want to walk down there among the huge concrete pillars with that smell of HP - terrifying....

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Posted in Aston Junction

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An unusual tale which I

Posted on Wed, 11 Dec 2013

An unusual tale which I enjoyed very much. By the way that's surely my ancient Russian Blue in the photo!

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Posted in Cat-Omen

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