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My stories have been read 621783 times and 345 of my stories have been cherry picked.
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Luigi Pagano

I have published four poetry collections entitled 'Idle Thoughts', 'Reflections', 'Poetry On Tap' and 'Cherry on Top'.  See http://gigipagano.wixsite.com/mysite for my latest poetry collection “Cherry on Top” and other publications.
My verses can be described as eclectic, that is to say they go from the sublime to the ridiculous but, I hope, always entertaining. 

My stories

Green Grass of Home

the grass is always greener on the other side (of the fence) - (Updated and reposted.)
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Cherry

Brief Romance

One from the archive.
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Boz

Charles Dickens, A mini portrait.
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Cherry

The Cherry Orchard

Sharing the fruit.

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156 of my comments have received 159 Great Feedback votes

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Another admirable poem in

Posted on Sat, 27 Jun 2020

Another admirable poem in your inimitable style, Rachel.

Luigi x

 

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Posted in Kingfisher

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Very informative, Rachel.

Posted on Fri, 19 Jun 2020

Very informative, Rachel. Years ago in Rapallo I saw one standing on one leg at the edge of the sea. It was there every morning and flew off in the evening. I thought it was rather strange as they are supposed to be freshwater  birds.
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A charming poem describing

Posted on Wed, 17 Jun 2020

A charming poem describing the imagination of a child at the sight of the rainbow, transporting him to a magic place that the adults cannot penetrate. Thanks for sharing this, JoAnne.

Luigi x

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Posted in "Could It Be Magic?"

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For those conversant with

Posted on Wed, 17 Jun 2020

For those conversant with marine exploration the analogy between the mollusc and the eponymous submarine springs to mind but the poem delves into deeper waters and becomes, as I see it, a metaphor for fluctuating emotions like love, rejection and...

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Posted in Nautilus

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A remarkable piece. Well done

Posted on Sun, 14 Jun 2020

A remarkable piece. Well done. Congratulations on Pick of the Day.

Luigi x

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Posted in Shark Eye Shell

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I am slowly getting an

Posted on Sat, 13 Jun 2020

I am slowly getting an education by reading your poems Rachel.  They are so fascinating that I feel duty bound to find more information about the subject. Today I have come across the noun 'cicada' twice first here and then from a prose poem by...

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Posted in The Loneliness of a Cicada

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I agree, these brilliant

Posted on Sat, 13 Jun 2020

I agree, these brilliant lines makes the poem:
 'But forget to grab my heart
  Leaving it in the living room
  Where it fibrillates weakly'

Well done, Kevin, 
Luigi

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Posted in Unpicking knots

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Prose poems are not easy to

Posted on Sun, 14 Jun 2020

Prose poems are not easy to do but this is top notch, Nicky.

Cheers, Luigi x

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Posted in This year's walk...(08)

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Hi Kevin, now that you have

Posted on Sun, 14 Jun 2020

Hi Kevin, now that you have refreshed my memory I do remember that period very well as I was a bit older than you at the time. They were indeed interesting times. You have recreated that scene with a personal recollection. Thoroughly enjoyable,...

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Posted in Filling in time

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I have the solution that

Posted on Thu, 28 May 2020

I have the solution that works for me, Rachel. I have locked that drawer and thrown away the key.
Peace man. As we used to say in my younger days.

Luigi x

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Posted in Anger

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