Noo

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I have 157 stories published in 9 collections on the site.
My stories have been read 135732 times and 330 of my stories have been cherry picked.
31 of my 920 comments have been voted Great Feedback with a total of 33 votes

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Cherry

Knock Knock - part 2

A story about plumbing in three parts.
Cherry

Knock Knock - part 1

A story about plumbing in three parts.
Cherry

Classification - part 3

A story in three parts.
Gold cherry

Classification - part 2

A story in three parts.
Cherry
Story of the week

Classification - part 1

A story in three parts.

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31 of my comments have received 33 Great Feedback votes

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Very well written and very

Posted on Wed, 09 Sep 2015

Very well written and very sincere writing.  You felt the hopelessness and the love and the absolute need to protect so strongly.  Uncomfortable and ambiguous. :)

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Posted in The Theory of Demons (IP)

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Beautiful and haunting. Think

Posted on Fri, 10 Jul 2015

Beautiful and haunting. Think passed should be past? :)

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Posted in The Cleaners

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This is so sumptuous and rich

Posted on Wed, 25 Mar 2015

This is so sumptuous and rich, Tina.  But I like too, how the end is wispy. :)

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Posted in Lucy in the Sky...

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This really captures that

Posted on Sat, 07 Mar 2015

This really captures that business of spring, with moments of stillness and anticipation.  It was lovely to read.  Really like the picture of the boxing hares too - would love those in my garden! :)

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Posted in Spring Springs

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Your poems are very spare and

Posted on Wed, 11 Feb 2015

Your poems are very spare and tender.  Your use of the past tense gives things a wistful air :)

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Posted in For S., 8 Poems (3-4)

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I really like the change in

Posted on Sat, 10 Jan 2015

I really like the change in mood of this throughout.  It doesn't stay still, but in a good way. :)

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Posted in The Hill in the Pale

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