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Locusts

Gold cherry

January

Inspired by a kind comment about writing.
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Anthill

Morning rewrite of a weirder version of this.

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49 of my comments have received 49 Great Feedback votes

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Well, I'm being generous to

Posted on Tue, 21 Jan 2020

Well, I'm being generous to myself really, more like 25 years. I was rounding down. Yes, history and Latin, a robust combination...Latin taught by a heavily bearded Irishman with a passion for the Romans, which is understandable. :)

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Posted in The Provinces of Sea Swallows

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I like this very much Luigi.

Posted on Sat, 11 Jan 2020

I like this very much Luigi. As a fellow cat lover, I feel I should point out that you have probably underestimated him - I'm sure he read the papers regularly when you weren't looking. I know that my cat has surprising political views from his...

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Posted in King of the Road

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Oh no! Sorry to hear about

Posted on Sat, 11 Jan 2020

Oh no! Sorry to hear about the clouds where you are! It was so gigantic here that I had to suppress a howl at it. Yes, a poor troubled species, we are indeed. Thanks for reading my lunar offering. :)

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Posted in Wolf moon

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Funny and surreal and sad.

Posted on Sat, 04 Jan 2020

Funny and surreal and sad. The jigsaw on a bed makes me feel uneasy...it might only be four pieces, but this is not an appropriate surface to do a jigsaw on... :) It reminded me a little of the film The Night of the Hunter in how your story ends...

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Posted in Meltdown part 1. In which Saltburn-by-the-Sea is not mentioned.

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Beautifully written poem. :)

Posted on Thu, 02 Jan 2020

Beautifully written poem. :)

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Posted in New Year’s Eve at the Meiji Shrine, Tokyo.

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I liked it the first time

Posted on Thu, 02 Jan 2020

I liked it the first time around as well as this version. Is the last word different now? That first stanza, in particular, is beautiful. :)

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Posted in comfort and joy (another go at this)

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Thank you! It was a bit of an

Posted on Sat, 28 Dec 2019

Thank you! It was a bit of an odd take on the IP, and found myself unable to strong-arm a wren into this either. :)

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Posted in Decagon

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Wonderful poem full of

Posted on Fri, 20 Dec 2019

Wonderful poem full of startling images. :)

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Posted in woods, late

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Great. Loved the repetition

Posted on Tue, 12 Nov 2019

Great. Loved the repetition of super noodles too, made me laugh, but lots of sadnesses in this too. :) 

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Posted in Shrinkage

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I really like the matter-of

Posted on Mon, 04 Nov 2019

I really like the matter-of-factness of this when you can sense the depth beneath the words. I think it's a clever and affecting poem. :)

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Posted in Trying to Remember What It Was Like

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