Jane Hyphen

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Echoes of a Dead Whale

If you could hear my song You’d know we shared the stars Jewels immersed forever ours Echoes locked inside fathoms Among dead men and gardens If you...
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A Man Riding the Tube Train

A man riding the tube train Sitting in the sallow grease of his day His dreams in his father’s briefcase Dropping the filings of his doubts Into a...
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My Favourite Colour's Changed

My favourite colour’s changed Behind this mask I have evolved Years gone by, assumptions Made we stay the same We’ve crossed countries, life Stages...
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We are Rocks

we are just rocks formed in a mussy molten fluke a chance fuse fused from the glowing flecks of everything that ever stirred on this star we rock and...
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Dark Rooms

By the time she realised It was too late The label stitched, double Stitches deep inside How the needle stabbed For all the years Ahead to lay upon a...

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150 of my comments have received 158 Great Feedback votes

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It seems like such an

Posted on Mon, 03 Jun 2019

It seems like such an injustice that she died alone but maybe she chose to let go when everyone had gone away or maybe her head was so full of good memories that it didn't even matter. 

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Posted in The Night My Mother Didn't Die

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Lovely piece Rhiannon. I

Posted on Thu, 23 May 2019

Lovely piece Rhiannon. I enjoyed the way you describe their beauty in yellow shades and also how you point out that they serve as a warning to the water's edge often hidden, I'd never thought of them like that. They are a very classy plant.

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Posted in Bog Brilliance

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I enjoyed the intertwining of

Posted on Mon, 20 May 2019

I enjoyed the intertwining of the natural and the supernatural here Jenny and you've included so many elements from stars in the sky to the underwater plant life. The result is dreamy and full of magic. 

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Posted in Somewhere Lake

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Really enjoyed this stand

Posted on Wed, 15 May 2019

Really enjoyed this stand-alone quirkdom. The uses of a potato know no bounds, it's no wonder the swan wanted to pass itself off as one. 

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Posted in The Identity of the Potato and the Swan

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Syllogism, I learned

Posted on Mon, 13 May 2019

Syllogism, I learned something new reading this. It's crazy and clever, anything involving ostriches is inherently funny.

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Posted in Ostrich Bantering in Cambridge

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As others have said the first

Posted on Mon, 13 May 2019

As others have said the first verse is a perfect accolade to these woodland beauties and then you use them as an example of what could be lost. The rich won't share, there is evidence of that all around us and so much of our natural resources is...

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Posted in bluebells

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Thanks Insert. I'm pretty

Posted on Sat, 11 May 2019

Thanks Insert. I'm pretty horrified by the dehumanising of people in the workforce. I know it happened in the Victorian era but I believe there was a bit in the middle where things improved and now we are returning to those dark days. The sort of...

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Posted in I Woke Up (in inverted commas)

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Lots of texture and emotion

Posted on Tue, 30 Apr 2019

Lots of texture and emotion in this, the metaphor of a large rock, imperfect but unbreakable as this person in your life, it sounds like somebody we could all use. 'Holding my child with feet deep in your sand' is wonderful and you cannot help...

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Posted in rock

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It's incredible what these

Posted on Thu, 18 Apr 2019

It's incredible what these men and boys did each day, the risks and conditions, it must have been the comradarie that gone them through it and faith and trust as you say. The elderly man as an engineer had a huge responsibility but saw himself as...

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Posted in Going Down Below

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Interesting piece. The tree,

Posted on Tue, 23 Apr 2019

Interesting piece. The tree, once an ordinary sapling, with so many stories to tell and still causing intrigue inside an old church. It's hard to believe punishing nagging wives and mean merchants in this manner was considered normal...well not...

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Posted in The Ducking Stool In Leominster Church

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