Michael Valentine

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I have 29 stories published in 2 collections on the site.
My stories have been read 16876 times and 41 of my stories have been cherry picked.
5 of my 39 comments have been voted Great Feedback with a total of 7 votes

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Michael Valentine

Romantic garbage.

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Broadway Windows

A stroll down Broadway. Picture Credit: https://pixabay.com/en/architecture-bridge-broadway-2178694/
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Beautiful Bundle of Buoyant Joy

Beautiful bundle of buoyant joy Blue and purple, pale and grey At the riverside I’ll wolf you down for tea tonight Pitter-patter, rain upon the lazy...

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5 of my comments have received 7 Great Feedback votes

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Hi, Jay. I agree with Elsie

Posted on Fri, 05 Dec 2014

Hi, Jay. I agree with Elsie here. I've read a few of your pieces and it seems to me that these are your personal views (I apoligise if I've misunderstood). These are questions being asked ever increasingly in England, as well as the rest of the U...

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Posted in WHAT'S GOING ON IN OUR COUNTRY?

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Thanks for pointing that out

Posted on Sun, 26 Jul 2015

Thanks for pointing that out - there were a couple of mistakes I've since ammended.

I'm glad you saw those things in this piece. The brutaly depressing things in life needn't always be dramatic and intense: usually they are just mundane...

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Posted in (I Don't Want to) Ride the Piss and Graffiti Train Anymore

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Man! This is one of the

Posted on Tue, 23 Dec 2014

Man! This is one of the harshest things I've ever read - in a pertubed and beautiful way, mind. We've all been there. I still get a sick anxiety in my stomach using cash-points, even when I know there's money in. I reckon if I made a million quid...

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Posted in the day before Christmas

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I adore this use of language:

Posted on Thu, 20 Mar 2014

I adore this use of language: treating it as something altogether more visceral, rather than just a narrative tool (although you do that incredibley well, also). The physical act of expressing poetry often gets left by the...

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Posted in IP Babylon was built on Grain