Jane Hyphen

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I have 199 stories published in 3 collections on the site.
My stories have been read 141547 times and 202 of my stories have been cherry picked.
144 of my 1,232 comments have been voted Great Feedback with a total of 152 votes

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The Dirt Road

I know you took the dirt road From the dead rays of your eyes Wan pulse, jitter currents fire you You're here but barely there Where have you been...
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The Girl in the Photo

She’s just a girl in a photo We hold the corner and her gaze And whisper, ‘Don’t look down.’ There’s frailty hidden in the frame Cracks opened in our...
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The End of the Evening

‘Can we move the table a bit Arni, I want to be in the shade.’ Arnold removed the wine glasses and placed them carefully on the ground, he held the...
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Duka's Return

‘Enver, Enver, your lunch!’ The dappled shade from the pine tree is perfect for sitting and writing but he never gets further than the first two...

Jack Mutant - Which Way is Down (part 16)

School no longer felt like a strange place. Jack had spent enough time on the Sandpools campus for the environment to feel familiar, occasionally...

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144 of my comments have received 152 Great Feedback votes

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I love this and so would Bee.

Posted on Wed, 08 Mar 2017

I love this and so would Bee. It's so hard for women when absolutely everything gets sexualised. Sadly I think it might be getting worse. Are we our own worst enemies? Occasionally but mostly we're not, just trying to survive and be all and...

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Posted in Boldly a Woman

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It sounds lovely, socialising

Posted on Wed, 23 Nov 2016

It sounds lovely, socialising, mature style, comforting and fun bar a few physical restraints. An interesting, beautiful poem.   

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Posted in The old Heifer and the Two old Bulls at Peace

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I never really thought about

Posted on Thu, 09 Jun 2016

I never really thought about how much history is in a millstone, what toil and how many lives nourished by the flour. Beautiful and interesting peom, very much enjoyed Rhiannon.

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Posted in Memorial

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Beautiful and sad. Yellow,

Posted on Thu, 26 May 2016

Beautiful and sad. Yellow, the colour of a glimpse of eternal hope. Thanks for bringing her writing to my attention, had a little look, she lives on in words. Sorry for your loss x

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Posted in Yellow for my daughter

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Crikey, is this a Suffolk

Posted on Wed, 25 Nov 2015

Crikey, is this a Suffolk thing, like pargeting? Very amusing. Bring back the park keeper I say, he'll sort them out with his rake.

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Posted in the shared park

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Love this, 'winter ending so

Posted on Fri, 20 Nov 2015

Love this, 'winter ending so soon'. I can imagine how he feels; New Year for breakfast, Easter for lunch, Christmas for dinner. Time can fly and drag all at the same time. I do hope that elderly lady was doing something nice in her garden - how...

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Posted in An Ill Wind

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Wow, do you work for Reading

Posted on Tue, 17 Nov 2015

Wow, do you work for Reading Borough Council? This is brilliant, repellent, hilarious, well-written and the rest. Don't think I can eat dinner now though.

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Posted in my colleague

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Really enjoyable and

Posted on Tue, 17 Nov 2015

Really enjoyable and uplifting Rhiannon, making sense of the gloom, my least favourite month but you made it more beautiful.

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Posted in November

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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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