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I have 276 stories published in 5 collections on the site.
My stories have been read 145662 times and 163 of my stories have been cherry picked.
2 of my 63 comments have been voted Great Feedback with a total of 3 votes

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Jupiter Moon

Open-mic poet, loam walker, leaf gazer, snail-paced-at-getting-published novelist and eternal optimist. Debut publication painting for lemonade now available here: www.cerasuspoetry.com 

My stories


eden of the north

eden of the north january has left windows eyeless and bulbs blown rough planking does little to tame the tide arcades louder than they are bright a...
Gold cherry
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imbolc riven in the dark slumbering seed cracked and opened intention buds drawn by the light sure voiced in the crisp shimmer of dawn reborn in...
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and when we should have felt like strangers

and when we should have felt like strangers we met, drum-called and thirsting betwixt the curling of flames and a woodland heavy with tears i found...


namaste he has returned to the vibrational harmony of the light to the songs of Source resting now, tucked in tight living gifts remain mellow,...
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we got old so quickly

we got old so quickly the clanging snare of punk sideswipes riflemen in gaiters as caverns of spoken gold echo with ladder rungs numb feet vodka...


2 of my comments have received 3 Great Feedback votes

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Wow - these seems popular.

Posted on Thu, 13 Nov 2014

Wow - these seems popular. Thank you all for your comments. There is sadness in this poem; sadness in the surrender. But, that's the thing about surrender, you can change it. You can work hard to not wave the white flag. 

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Love this - perhaps it could

Posted on Sun, 18 Apr 2021

Love this - perhaps it could replace the daily news? Smart, clever and funny. 

'We can meet people (no more than six)
for social intercourse but not dirty tricks'

Glorious Luigi.  

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Posted in After the Storm