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My stories have been read 1078974 times and 238 of my stories have been cherry picked.
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Jean Day

 

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Chemo 9

Chemo 9 _ Effie, how could you do this to me? _ (softly) s’not me. Tis you. _ Don’t try to blame me. I emptied you at 12. I checked you at 4, and you...
Gold cherry

Chemo 8

You know I sometimes think I have special powers. Somebody once said to me, “You get everything you want,” and I suppose that it Is often true. Not...
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Cherry

Chemo 7

Chemo 7 I was allowed to return to my original dose of chemo - but not without a certain amount of drama. At each visit the staff weigh me, take my...
Cherry

Chemo 6

Chemo 6 This has been a rest week for me. The chemo nurses decided that I needed a week off chemo, due to my very tough week of side effects...
Cherry

Chemo 5

I had an email from my brother-in-law today. It was headed “Sympathy”. It rather startled me because he is a cancer epidemiologist and statistician...
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325 of my comments have received 329 Great Feedback votes

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Hi Paul

Posted on Tue, 14 Sep 2021

Hi Paul

What a beatuifully thought uot and written story. The details make it so believeable and the reader is anxious to find out what is going to happen. And the end sequence was again believeable. I really enjoyed reading it.

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Posted in With or Without You

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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 Paul

Posted on Sun, 18 Sep 2022

Hi Paul

 

A good start to your story. I found it very easy to visualise the people and places, and the story line in compelling.

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Posted in In the Vale of the Shadow King (Part One of Six)

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Hi Rhiannon

Posted on Fri, 23 Sep 2022

Hi Rhiannon

What a lovely tribute to the much needed rain.  As usual so few words give such an impression.

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Posted in Welcome sound

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Hi Jenny

Posted on Thu, 22 Sep 2022

Hi Jenny

What a lovely peaceful poem. I too love weeping weillows, and my favourite picture is a scene from New Zealand, on the Avon River in Christchurch where the willows are the main feature. 

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Posted in In Lucid Dreams

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Hi Paul

Posted on Thu, 02 Jun 2022

Hi Paul

 

I enjoyed reading this poem. Coming from tornado country, I remember the fear and excitement mixed when one was forecast. Once we were visiting my sister who lived in a trailer park, and worried about the ability of the...

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Posted in Back In Kansas

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Hi Di

Posted on Thu, 25 Aug 2022

Hi Di

This is so beautiful. So much said in so few words. You are a wonderful poet.

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Posted in RJC

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Hi Rhiannon

Posted on Thu, 08 Sep 2022

Hi Rhiannon

This is so well said.  You certainly put a lot of meaning into those few word.

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Posted in 19 paper cranes

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HI Jenny

Posted on Wed, 17 Aug 2022

HI Jenny

I love this beautiful description of your special place which makes the most uncomfortable day Ok again. 

We had a local fox when my husband was still alive, and he used to feed it sausages. Shameful I know, and I felt very...

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Posted in Afternoon Delight

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