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Maria's Diary Chapter 25

Chapter 25 Chance and change are busy ever Man decays and ages move; But his mercy waineth never God is wisdom - God is love. 1849-1850 Because of...
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Maria's Diary 24

Chapter 24 Yet another election Earth’s transitory things decay, Its pomps, its pleasures pass away; But the sweet memory of the good Survives in the...

Maria's Diary chapters 23-24

Chapter 23 British and Foreign Anti slavery Society Day of joy! when all shall know— Know, and see the Lord of Heaven— Then, Oh, then, may hope...

Maria's Diary 21-22

Chapter 21 The new Queen Keep the unity of spirit, Keep it in the bonds of peace, So alone shall we inherit Hope, and truth, and blessedness. 28 June...

Maria's Diary 20

Chapter 20 Watchman tell us of the night, what its signs of promise are. Traveler, o’er yon mountain’s height, see that glory-beaming star. Watchman...

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166 of my comments have received 168 Great Feedback votes

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Hi Rhiannon

Posted on Mon, 12 Aug 2019

Hi Rhiannon

I don't think I was around to read these when they were published the first time. They are wonderful. Perhaps you could make them into a booklet and self-publish them. If you want my help in doing that, let me know.

Jean...

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Posted in Through the year month by month

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Hi Bee

Posted on Fri, 19 Dec 2014

Hi Bee

Another very good poem for your collection of work on abused women. Have you thought of publishing it as a group? Or getting in touch with someone who would have contact with a woman's shelter who possibly publishes a newsletter or...

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Posted in Dark Ages

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Hi Rhiannon

Posted on Thu, 17 Jun 2021

Hi Rhiannon

I have a feeling this is a true story. How lovely to have your grandchildren around you. Nicely done.

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Posted in The way it should be (childhood rituals)

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Hi Jenny

Posted on Sat, 27 Mar 2021

Hi Jenny

The alliteration in this is so clever. When you read it, it stands out. Beautifully done.

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Posted in Pastiche

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HI Paul

Posted on Sat, 31 Oct 2020

HI Paul

 

This was fun to read, and althugh the halloween stuf was good, I was looking for things to remind me of my time in New York. I was there in 1967 when the lights of Manhattan all went off for a good 12 hours or so. The...

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Posted in Empire State (Part Two)

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HI Jenny

Posted on Sun, 13 Jun 2021

HI Jenny

I like the yellow and cream gaathering. Lovely images throughout.

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Posted in Honeysuckle On The Breeze

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Hi Paul

Posted on Thu, 29 Oct 2020

Hi Paul

I'm glad I found these stories. What a treat. And what a friend to provide the means of getting to New York. I think maybe that part is fiction, but the rest reads as fact.

My husband was very loathe to tip people in the...

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Posted in Empire State (Part One)

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Hi Rhiannon

Posted on Sun, 06 Jun 2021

Hi Rhiannon

Another lovely hymn. You must have written hundreds by now, and each is unique.

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Posted in A helpful tongue

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HI Jenny

Posted on Thu, 31 Dec 2020

HI Jenny

This is a lovely poem, giving each instrument a job of conveying emotions. I do think music can calm you when you are upset, and uplift your spirits.

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Posted in Symphony Of Emotions

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Hi Paul

Posted on Mon, 08 Feb 2021

Hi Paul

Again such a lovely choice of words and phrases.  One can easily picture the scenes you describe. 

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Posted in Mehtab Bagh (Moonlight Garden)

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