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I have 1030 stories published in 4 collections on the site.
My stories have been read 1453341 times and 555 of my stories have been cherry picked.
314 of my 4,748 comments have been voted Great Feedback with a total of 329 votes

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Luigi Pagano

I have been a member of ABCtales since 2003.
I have  published five collections of poems: ‘Idle Thoughts’; ‘Reflections’; 'Cherry Ripe''; 'Poetry on Tap' and 'Cherry on Top' plus 'Guns and Dolls' – a short book containing three short stories – and three novelettes 'Jessica World', 'An Enquiring Mind' and 'A Life's Journey'
Digital versions of these can be found at Smashwords. and other distributors like Kobo and Barnes and Noble.

I was a member of Writers Group and indie publishers I*D Books based in Shotton, Flintshire until they ceased activity.
My work has been featured in various magazines and anthologies.

A regular contributor to ABCtales.com I also contributed to the websites Poetry24 and UKAuthors.co.uk. I was ‘Writer of the Month’ on the latter in December 2005.

 

My stories

The Buried Treasure (3) - Solving the puzzle

John Brown was flabbergasted. He looked at his wife and asked: “Do you mean you doubt they were federal agents, Dorothy?” Mrs. Brown, who liked to...
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Cherry

The Buried Treasure

"X" marks the spot. (Image from Wikimedia Commons in the public domain)
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314 of my comments have received 329 Great Feedback votes

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A lovely atmospheric poem, Ed

Posted on Fri, 22 Jul 2022

A lovely atmospheric poem, Ed. Enjoyed it very much.

Best, Luigi

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Posted in Bed and Board by The Silk Road

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Your writings always describe

Posted on Sat, 16 Jul 2022

Your writings always describe beautifully your love and appreciation of nature's beauty, Jenny. even though the hot and sultry weather somehow spoils the enjoyment.
I don't know what temperature you have in your parts of the woods; here at...

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Posted in Silver Birch

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I'll join you in this virtual

Posted on Thu, 16 Jun 2022

I'll join you in this virtual journey, if I may, Jenny. No too much walking, mind, as I'm getting on a bit. ...

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Posted in Midst Highland Shadows

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Dear Jenny, this title of

Posted on Wed, 08 Jun 2022

Dear Jenny, this title of your inspirational poem hinting at passion and love has prompted me to write a piece about this flower in a different context. I always enjoy reading your delicate verses.

Luigi xx

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Posted in Love In The Mist

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A very imaginative

Posted on Thu, 02 Jun 2022

A very imaginative interpretation of a romantic scenario, Jenny, full of flair and rhythm.

Luigi xx

 

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Posted in Leaving The Nest

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Dear Jenny, I concur with all

Posted on Mon, 23 May 2022

Dear Jenny, I concur with all the comments. It is indeed a beautiful poem and I'm sure you'll forgive me if I am so pedantic as to point out two very tiny things: I would add the article 'the' in front of moon in the first line and an apostrophe...

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Posted in Luna Moth

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A spiritual panoramic vista

Posted on Mon, 16 May 2022

A spiritual panoramic vista to gladden one's eye. Well done, Jenny, on this fluent poem.

Luigi x

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Posted in Open Windows Of My Soul

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As I have said previously,

Posted on Wed, 13 Apr 2022

As I have said previously, your love of Nature, sparkles through your poetry, as this little nugget demonstrates.

Luigi x

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Posted in Blossom

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Quite right, Phil. I believe

Posted on Tue, 12 Apr 2022

Quite right, Phil. I believe that rather than a spoonful of sugar', humour is what makes the medicine go down.
The pomposity of Joshua and Archibald's naivety are hilarious and their debates a tonic in these troubled times. Carry on...

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Posted in For Fear of Little Men

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Hello Rhiannon, you are

Posted on Mon, 04 Apr 2022

Hello Rhiannon, you are absolutely right; even if we got rid of all weapons of mass destruction, people would still fight, even though combats could be contained.
Why can't we find a more sensible solution?  Why can't conflicts be settled...

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Posted in War Confined?

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