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Jean Day

 

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Janus 14

Janus 14 I’m about to do some navel gazing. I looked it up and it means daydreaming. But the sort of navel gazing I am going to do is literal...
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Cherry

Janus 13

Yesterday as my daughter was driving me to the hospital to get the results of my breast biopsies, she said, “How are you feeling? What are you...
Cherry

Janus 12

I have other hospital stories to share, but this last week has put all that out of my mind. Last Thursday the District stoma nurse came to visit, and...
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Cherry

Hospital 3 and Janus 11

For those of delicate sensibilities, skip this chapter. I thought I should give the specific details as I know them of what my new body is like. It...
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Hospital 2, Janus 10

Midnight April 30 When I woke up all the lights were off on ward. Shadowy shapes all around me. When I open my eyes, they disappear. But somebody...

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292 of my comments have received 296 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 Di

Posted on Fri, 10 Jun 2022

Hi Di

 

That is very profound, and making the news of the last weeks more meaningful.

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Posted in hear, here

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Hi Paul

Posted on Sun, 12 Jun 2022

Hi Paul

 

What a wonderful poem - remembering the dead, and the good times that were had.

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Posted in Anniversary

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what a clever use of the

Posted on Mon, 13 Jun 2022

what a clever use of the suggestion - the grass is always greener. 

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Posted in Unfair (?)

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HI Jenny

Posted on Wed, 08 Jun 2022

HI Jenny

I like the references to the flowers being chaste. It is a beautiful poem.

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Posted in Love In The Mist

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Thanks Di

Posted on Tue, 14 Jun 2022

Thanks Di

 

I do feel protective towards my stoma.  It is after all keeping me alive. And I put my hands over it sosrt of like it was an early pregnancy. Not creating new life, but helping me hang out to the old one. 

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Posted in Janus 14

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Hi Jenny

Posted on Mon, 23 May 2022

Hi Jenny

 

Your beautiful poem is like a little story about a short life, quickly told

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Posted in Luna Moth

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Hi Paul

Posted on Sun, 22 May 2022

Hi Paul

 

This was fun to read, as it no doubt was to write.

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Posted in In a Land of Magicians

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