MarciaMarcia

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I have 32 stories published in 0 collections on the site.
My stories have been read 19404 times and 5 of my stories have been cherry picked.
13 of my 157 comments have been voted Great Feedback with a total of 13 votes

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Marcia

Multimedia artist-Writer-Art Therapist

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“Never-be-s”

A Poet Answers “I Have An Imaginary Daughter” by Lavadis “ Never-be-s” by MarciaMarcia to open....peek and inward....reach begins a tethered grasp...

What of Love’s

What of Love’s. (Poetry monthly) By MarciaMarcia What of Love’s affair artist and muse, imagined, inanimate, spirit or flesh, caught in a moment’s...
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What I Don’t Understand Is

What I don’t understand is... what I don’t understand is how a Congress, made up, of the people, by the people and for the people, can splinter and...
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Cherry

Easy Sax. By MarciaMarcia

Easy Sax easy Sax you are not so easy making movement in soulful scale rising piercing silence you tug at the senses arousing longings which touch a...
Cherry

The Color of Light. by MarciaMarcia

The Color of Light. ( Poetry Monthly) I heard today that she had given in to fears and insecurity allowing cover to envelop her light and beckon...

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13 of my comments have received 13 Great Feedback votes

1 Vote

Bravo!!!

Posted on Sun, 16 Sep 2018

Oh My God.....Lavadis !!!

              This is an absolute “Beauty” of a piece. 

               Strong, Tender, Powerful, Soft around some edges. 

                Full with light and color and electricity. 

I’m in Awe...

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Posted in Tangerine static

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Bravo Sim.......You did it

Posted on Wed, 22 Nov 2017

Bravo Sim.......You did it again !!!!!  I love the pace of this piece. It gives the drive of the man, within a driven industry, an entry into his internal struggles, within marriage, the design studio, the manufacturing platform, as all unfold...

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Posted in The White Rolls Royce (from Ribbentrop's Chair)

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Oh Sim

Posted on Sat, 10 Jun 2017

Oh Sim

your words, your tender descriptions of the most simple of framed views, are exquisite in the telling I can hear your voice speaking your loving observations of "the house that Laurie built". I am carried back to the place, warmed...

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Posted in The House That Laurie Built (from Ribbentrop's Chair)

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Sim

Posted on Wed, 24 May 2017

Sim

I am astounded by your exquisite writing....your ability to meld the history of time with the sensitivity of evolving character, revealing in layers , the life lived, within the twists and turns of being, which we acknowledge and deny...

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Posted in JEAN (From Ribbentrop's Chair)

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I love this.......thank you.

Posted on Sat, 25 Jun 2016

I love this.......thank you.   MarciaMarcia

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Posted in Springwatch!

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   Acceptance of

Posted on Fri, 29 Jan 2016

   Acceptance of anticipations and all we create within ourselves

   Acceptance  of outcomes and the relief and release of all that silent, or not so silent struggle

   which filled the before

   Acceptance of..."is that all...

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Posted in Like What We Was

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Oh Sim, La Belle France is so

Posted on Tue, 12 Jan 2016

Oh Sim, La Belle France is so very beautiful in all it's story. Your writing here, is superb. Your knowledge and expression of the atmosphere, sounds, sights, flavors, aromas of place is a wonderful read. I also like your juxtaposing  life lived...

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Posted in La Belle France (from "Ribbentrop's Chair")

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It is such a journey, this

Posted on Tue, 12 Jan 2016

It is such a journey, this life we live and how very grateful we can be, to be able to find a voice to tell and then find another's voice to listen. We need each other to bare witness that we have lived all of it and won't be forgotten. 

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Posted in Days Like These

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Sim, you have a cherry !

Posted on Mon, 28 Dec 2015

Sim, you have a cherry !  Well deserved.  I find myself wanting to  "be" beside your characters,  feeling and sensing all that they are experiencing, as they live and breath, within the lives you are creating for them.

Go Girl.............

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Posted in Odessa 1902 (from "Ribbentrop's Chair")

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A beautifully sensitive told

Posted on Tue, 05 Jan 2016

A beautifully sensitive told story which grabbed me and held me till the last word. I enjoyed reading it. Thank you Silver Spun Sand

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Posted in To Glimpse a Butterfly

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