Jane Hyphen

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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...
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Teeth

Teeth, pale stones planted deep In pits of fleshy pink, glistening Within the black hole, the orifice Of sustenance, speech and breath Blankets of...

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187 of my comments have received 197 Great Feedback votes

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I really like this, sums

Posted on Thu, 01 Mar 2018

I really like this, sums those road repair men up perfectly.

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Posted in Tarmac Adam

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This is such a charming

Posted on Thu, 01 Mar 2018

This is such a charming tribute to dogs and their childish, eager to please characters. Where would we be without our furry friends, they give so much without all the heavy stuff which humans emit.

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Posted in They all rolled over

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This makes me cringe, such an

Posted on Sat, 24 Feb 2018

This makes me cringe, such an accurate depiction. There was a stalwart of these types near me. I recall one woman talking about a couple with a child in the same year as ours, he worked in Tesco, she worked as a 'lunchtime controller' she...

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Posted in It's all about bread

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I like how clean this is, how

Posted on Wed, 14 Feb 2018

I like how clean this is, how precise, no messing about. Life is all it can be, you can't say that too often, that's a rare moment to be cherished.

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Posted in Now

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I've been vegetarian since I

Posted on Sun, 21 Jan 2018

I've been vegetarian since I was a young child, nobody else in my family is and I was always singled out for people awkward. It always amazes me the abuse you get for not eating meat, it must be worse if you're vegan. I've never tried to enforce...

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Posted in .14 why am I 'vegan'?

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Ah I love this, brings back

Posted on Sat, 13 Jan 2018

Ah I love this, brings back the memories of being a cat owned fool so vividly. I still miss mine too much to entertain getting another. It's a quiet, calming (mostly) and unique kind of companionship which you've summed up beautifully here.

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Posted in finding peace

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I love the way you've knitted

Posted on Tue, 09 Jan 2018

I love the way you've knitted all this together, old and new threads woven to create something beautiful, interesting, slightly psychodelic but altogether real. I will take some time to listen to the song.

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Posted in Afternoon Angel

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Hi Di_Hard, I agree re wanton

Posted on Wed, 10 Jan 2018

Hi Di_Hard, I agree re wanton wastefulness, some people even buy a whole new set of decorations each year, pretty shocking isn't it. I like to have a real tree, it's like a little Christmas friend, something to get you through it when the family...

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Posted in Where do Christmas Trees go to Die?

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This is invigorating Rhiannon

Posted on Mon, 09 Oct 2017

This is invigorating Rhiannon, cleansing, almost like the real thing..

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Posted in Nordy Bank Fort 5/10/17

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I enjoyed this. Those

Posted on Sat, 09 Sep 2017

I enjoyed this. Those starlings though, it seems cruel doesn't it. As a human you just can't get away with gatoring, people always expect a smile and small talk. I really like your style of writing.

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Posted in Fuller Grasp of Filler

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