london_calling79

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I have 141 stories published in 6 collections on the site.
My stories have been read 105482 times and 116 of my stories have been cherry picked.
89 of my 1,181 comments have been voted Great Feedback with a total of 89 votes

My stories

Not For You

That moment in the courtyard. That was when I knew. When the wind offered scant rewards, a tang of jasmine a crescendo of cherry blossom faith for a...
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Surasawa Pond

By Surasawa pond on a billboard a holy man paints a lie: ‘On the third day of the third month the dragon of this pond will ascend to heaven.’ Two men...
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Calloused to Birdsong

Image: 
Draw a line. Scrape it through trees. Dissect mountains, valleys, lakes. Forget the sun, gaudy bauble, wasting rays whoring light and fix your border...
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Pick of the Month

Monument

engrave the truth in clay and marble to tell a truth to shame the devil.
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Quixote by the Chip Shop Light

It wasn’t until 18, long-limbed, thin-skinned, armoured in song and story, that I realised the monsters had eyes just like mine. I’d gone further...
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89 of my comments have received 89 Great Feedback votes

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I can’t stop reading this. It

Posted on Sat, 28 Apr 2018

I can’t stop reading this. It’s gorgeous. Love the final, transcendental image.

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Posted in Collaboration

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A very interesting character

Posted on Sat, 07 Apr 2018

A very interesting character in Masterson. The ‘cool’ priest. We had a few in our parish and some were ok, some lost their faith and others were hiding something. I want to know more about Masterson. Is there more?

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Posted in Call Me Masterson

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I enjoyed reading this as it

Posted on Sat, 07 Apr 2018

I enjoyed reading this as it’s from a different perspective.

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Posted in MAGIC FOR MERLIN

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Fantastic piece. Vivid and

Posted on Sun, 01 Apr 2018

Fantastic piece. Vivid and lip-smackingly aural.

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Posted in Alternative Prayer of Remembrance, Easter 2018

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Gorgeous writing. Dropped at

Posted on Mon, 26 Mar 2018

Gorgeous writing. Dropped at the end of each line just at the right time. Meanders but doesn’t ramble. Thoroughly enjoyed this.

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Posted in My First Love, 1989 – 91

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FUCK yes.

Posted on Wed, 21 Feb 2018

FUCK yes.

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Posted in coldest planet

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I love the cadence. To drop

Posted on Sat, 09 Dec 2017

I love the cadence. To drop the lines as you've done and maintain the mood is a skill. Agree with PhillipS the last line makes it.

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Posted in True nature

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Absolutely dripping with

Posted on Sun, 18 Dec 2016

Absolutely dripping with atmosphere and the hums of deep life.

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Posted in Golgotha In The Rain

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I like this already. It's

Posted on Sat, 17 Dec 2016

I like this already. It's intriguing and snappy, has a first scene of a film feeling to it - breezy. It's not easy to write about football authentically so I'll be interested to see how you carry on with this. Keep posting and welcome to the site...

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Posted in The Loanee - Page 1

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I found the insertion of

Posted on Fri, 16 Dec 2016

I found the insertion of images jarring at first but when I got used to them it gave a powerful effect akin to 'We didn't start the fire.'

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Posted in subjected/ subjugated

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