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I have 249 stories published in 8 collections on the site.
My stories have been read 354050 times and 146 of my stories have been cherry picked.
108 of my 1,368 comments have been voted Great Feedback with a total of 117 votes

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Maddalena

Doodles, scribbles and poesy.

Has the tact of a tin of mushy peas lobbed through a plate glass window.

Why? We're all folk, that's why.

 

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Through Ice Flowers

Non passerine or no passeran? Speed write. Edited
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Gold cherry
Poem of the week
Pick of the Month

Firepower

speed write
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Before Rhythm of Hours Change the Beat

"Children of the Night, Shut Up" Love at First Bite 1979 Speed write https://www.abctales.com/inspiration-point-ip The Night
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Out in the Fields

Inspiration point/speed write
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Pretty Woman

Edited repost from 2019 No, not that appalling film.

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108 of my comments have received 117 Great Feedback votes

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So moving

Posted on Wed, 27 Jul 2022

A good poem that keeps a firm rein on its sentiment, more emotive for that contol, read several times.

Best

Lena x

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Posted in Forget-Me-Not

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Poignant

Posted on Tue, 26 Jul 2022

"He could be alive, and he will be, for as long as we don't find him.'"

Reminds me of an Ian McMillan poem from over a decade ago, which sadly I can't name, in which that switch of life to grief exists in the moment of knowing.

Your...

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Posted in The Picture Ranch 65

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OO!

Posted on Mon, 25 Jul 2022

Wistful, perhaps melancholy in observation, your internal rhymes, and use of language are such a treat to read aloud. Super.

Best as always

Lena x

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Posted in Ceiba (Silk-Cotton Tree)

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Evocative

Posted on Fri, 22 Jul 2022

of time and place and calling song.

Ewan deserves a medal for inspiration, this is the second enjoyable "sound" poem read today :)

Best to you

Lena x

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Posted in Bed and Board by The Silk Road

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Lovely

Posted on Fri, 22 Jul 2022

and pointed, a quiet roar to respect this place. Almost a librarians' firm, but gentle, shush among things yet to be learned and re-learned. Really enjoyed reading.

Best as always

Lena x

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Posted in sound escape

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Ah!

Posted on Wed, 20 Jul 2022

oops, posted same comment twice!

Best

Lena x

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Posted in The Click

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Much said

Posted on Wed, 20 Jul 2022

...in few words.

Pre-set pieces, though ontologically and epistomologically determined beyond self, at least provide a certainty in the sound of making, the sound she hears :)

Impressed.

Best

Lena x

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Posted in The Click

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Quiet, o so quiet

Posted on Tue, 19 Jul 2022

Interesting poem, these man made sounds we all live with adversley affect some with Aural hyperacuity, though lockdown was a pain, we relished the temporary silence of the local motorway, airspace and roads, heard All birdsong.

Though that...

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Posted in The Art of Noises : A Futurist's Manifesto

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You spoil us,

Posted on Mon, 04 Jul 2022

ambassador, " I figured we'd covered three miles as the crow dies"

Definately gives a parched sense of the desert and arid humour :)

Best as ever

Lena x

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Posted in The Picture Ranch 61

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In such space

Posted on Sun, 03 Jul 2022

...we have the grace of room to be ourselves :)

Bestest wishes

Lena xx

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Posted in Goldenrod and Wild Aster

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