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Al and the Wonderful Summer

Al's blue and white Buick drove up to my house about 15 to 7 but I was waiting. "I hope you don't mind if we give a friend a lift to her job first,”...

Al and the Levecar

"What a stupid thing to do. You're just asking to be hurt," said Joyce with a mixture of pity and exasperation. Joyce was my co-worker at the records...
Cherry

Sorority Drop Out

When I transferred from St. Teresa's all girls’ college to North Dakota State University, one most important ingredient in my life was lacking - a...

The Sophomore Boys

Men in my Life 1960- 1965 - aged 16 - 21 I was an Oblate of St. Benedict, a girls’ group which was a sort of being a lay religious (a real perk in...

The Men in my Life - part 1

1950 - Jackie Braun - aged 6 I remember that he was good looking and that I very much wanted him to like me. He asked me why my hands hung down from...

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180 of my comments have received 182 Great Feedback votes

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Hi Rhiannon

Posted on Fri, 26 Aug 2016

Hi Rhiannon

You have a way with making you few words be very meaningful and appropriate ones, and giving us a lovely picture of your area.

Jean

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Posted in Shady Skenfrith

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Hi Rhiannon

Posted on Thu, 11 Aug 2016

Hi Rhiannon

I think the one up, two down, method you employed was very clever. And the moral ending very fitting for the subject.

Jean

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Posted in “One up!” “Two down!”

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Hi Rhiannon

Posted on Mon, 01 Aug 2016

Hi Rhiannon

Oh I do like this - both the poetry of it, and the messages.

Jean

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Posted in Arborglyphs

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Hi Rhiannon

Posted on Sun, 24 Jul 2016

Hi Rhiannon

This is one of my favourite of your hymns. It gives its message simple and straight.

Jean

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Posted in 'Set a guard over my mouth'

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HI Rhiannon

Posted on Wed, 29 Jun 2016

HI Rhiannon

This poem was much harder to do, I would imagine - with all those characteristics to work in. It was very interesting.

Jean

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Posted in The Mimic Octopus*

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HI Rhiannon

Posted on Mon, 13 Jun 2016

HI Rhiannon

A good poem with the rough and tumble of words approximating the confusion and noise of the acts.

Jean

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Posted in Media Circus

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Hi Rhiannon

Posted on Sun, 05 Jun 2016

Hi Rhiannon

I don't know the tune, but the words are very satisfying.

Jean

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Posted in ‘… You will find rest for your souls. …’

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Hi Rhiannon

Posted on Tue, 24 May 2016

Hi Rhiannon

This is fun - and scientific to boot. I really enjoyed reading it.

Jean

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Posted in The tiniest motor

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Hi Rhiannon

Posted on Sat, 07 May 2016

Hi Rhiannon

I like the way you use your words in this poem - a steady thump of pain and problems. Thank God for those who are available and willing to selflessly help those in need.

Jean

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Posted in Five years

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Hi Rhiannon

Posted on Wed, 27 Apr 2016

Hi Rhiannon

I love how the names of the flowers as you have used them, make such a lovely picture of spring.

Jean

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Posted in Pembrokeshire in April

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