Jane Hyphen

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I have 177 stories published in 3 collections on the site.
My stories have been read 99023 times and 175 of my stories have been cherry picked.
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He Had Another Planet

He had another planet Off grid, hidden, far far Into carved pipes of his unrest Endless scraping exposed Him red raw against the air The ordinary...
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That's Not The Way I Go

That’s not the way I go. I go Through the knotted hedgerows In the folds of misty trees. I stop to listen to the music Spirits rustling in the...
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Mash Potato Thoughts

All I have are mash potato thoughts That is, not thoughts of mash potato Rather thick cloying thoughts, meaningless That stick in your frontal lobe...
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Silver Skin

Young man lucid as an onion Silver skin thin and flint bones Jutt-jabbing from his span frame He shrinks under himself and Waters up as likely as a...
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The Volunteers

What became of the volunteers? At school they raised their hands Stretched them to the ceiling tiles While I looked down and made Myself as invisible...
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111 of my comments have received 117 Great Feedback votes

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Thank you, it is shocking but

Posted on Tue, 12 Mar 2019

Thank you, it is shocking but having a site like this to go and writing friends is a great comfort...

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Posted in Last Week I Lost My Job (Rimus Dissolutas)

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Wow, I like the way you have

Posted on Tue, 12 Mar 2019

Wow, I like the way you have described your human situation in horticultural terms. Move any established plant and for a good while it will be vulnerable in soil untrue.

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Posted in Roots

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This is a lovely snapshot in

Posted on Fri, 08 Mar 2019

This is a lovely snapshot in time Rhiannon. I feel like people stretched their imaginations a little more back then and then was less shame in choosing something a bit different and making use of what you had. 

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Posted in Gladys Aylward and Tenzing

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Yes she did @Di_Hard and Rod

Posted on Sat, 02 Mar 2019

Yes she did @Di_Hard and Rod and Karen didn't know how to react because that's not their currency.

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Posted in The Love of the Loveless (Chapter 6) (3)

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This is beautiful Jenny.

Posted on Sun, 03 Mar 2019

This is beautiful Jenny. There is a sense of nature being effortless yet it always trumps human creations. I love the idea of it all being at your back door, I'm the same, I really appreciate my little garden and as one thing fades there is...

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Posted in Precious Nature

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I love it too, it's

Posted on Mon, 04 Mar 2019

I love it too, it's unconfined, perhaps you are a bird after all.

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Posted in Conversation of a Tree

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A storm, however brief does

Posted on Thu, 14 Feb 2019

A storm, however brief does seem to bring with it a change of behaviour in our wildlife as well as the palpable change in atmosphere. This is a lovely tribute. I really enjoyed 'globules released from dark sky splashing.' We missed most of the...

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Posted in Embracing The Storm

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I too love the arrangement

Posted on Tue, 12 Feb 2019

I too love the arrangement Rhiannon, it really works and of course the theme is perfect for February, the soil warming and those seeds about to burst unseen with so much in store.

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Posted in Seasons Connect

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'Somewhere like yesterday'

Posted on Mon, 11 Feb 2019

'Somewhere like yesterday' sad truth in these words and it's a beautiful poem too. Thanks for linking it to mine. I also love to see work inspired by other writers on here as I'm so often inspired myself.

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Posted in driverless

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Thanks celticman. Your

Posted on Mon, 04 Feb 2019

Thanks celticman. Your comments in riddley rhyme motivate me time after time.smiley...

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Posted in Bedtime Rituals

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