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I have 221 stories published in 8 collections on the site.
My stories have been read 227482 times and 96 of my stories have been cherry picked.
17 of my 1,010 comments have been voted Great Feedback with a total of 18 votes

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Doodles, scribbles and poesy.

My stories



harmonics in the breeze doodle


Walk around a lake on Christmas day doodle, hey better late than never :)


Guess How Much I love you?

Maple fall.

Syrup free doodle.


17 of my comments have received 18 Great Feedback votes

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Posted on Thu, 14 Apr 2016

as the tide's wave on sand; melancholy, joy, breathe in,  breathe out.

best regards

Lena xx


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Posted in Girl with Yellow Wings (Poetry Monthly)

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Posted on Sat, 23 Jan 2016

..and successfully conveys amongst other many other inherent themes, simplicity and complexity of learned motor skills/comfort/autopilot as part of addiction/comfort process (mimes filling and switching on electric kettle)  Like,like, like....

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Posted in Never forget smoking

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Posted on Thu, 13 Nov 2014


 within the tangled scrim,

a branch snags, and eyes – orbs, 

a lethal mix of ambergris

and antonyms

reflect –  become

the moon.'


By crikey lovely lass, tha' can conjure dark beauty!...

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Posted in Night Moves

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Lovely surreal soundscape...

Posted on Tue, 02 Sep 2014

... I wondered if you might look at your enjambment and punctuation; consider pace you'd like the reader to follow with eye and heart. Quick review of spelling. All these edits I make too, so not poking at you. :)

best wishes


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Posted in a light

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Posted on Sat, 26 Jul 2014

...as milk from a breast with mastitis. Some pains cannot be prepared for, You handled this piece with sensitivity and knowing. A carefully worded build of peer networks and experience relied on, to a point where they cannot go, because all else...

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Posted in It All Came Out in the Wash

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Posted on Tue, 10 Jun 2014

...that this wasn't an editor's choice. You've handled an abhorrent practice with a dry, factual narrative, a voice relating incident as so 'ordinary'  as counterpoint to this horror, raising the mostrousity beyond any use of hyperbole.


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Posted in Crime and Punishment