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Oh, I feel very honoured.

Posted on Tue, 01 Dec 2020

Oh, I feel very honoured. This is so lovely, Di. I love the idea of leaves as wings and worms as tongues before words - brilliant. Beautiful and uplifting. x

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Posted in angelica (after reading Onemorething's beautiful poem)

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Thanks insert, and ha, yes,

Posted on Thu, 26 Nov 2020

Thanks insert, and ha, yes, the bestiary picture is exactly that, after one too many as well.

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Posted in A Crocodile Can’t Be Loved

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This is very sweet, Jenny,

Posted on Wed, 25 Nov 2020

This is very sweet, Jenny, with some lovely lines - the moths, how warm air strokes darkness and the retraction of paws. Our relationships with animals are very precious. Rachel :)

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Posted in Memories Of You I Keep

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Yes! Better get tippy-tapping

Posted on Wed, 18 Nov 2020

Yes! Better get tippy-tapping then Drew - we want a monsoon, exotic birds, dancing frogs and flamingos amongst Saltburn's finest residents. I think it would revitalise their tourist trade following the plague. No pressure, but start immediately...

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Perfect! Will look forward to

Posted on Wed, 18 Nov 2020

Perfect! Will look forward to the dancing frogs and rainy instalment in the chronicles of Saltburn. I think you should have exotic birds too. Perhaps an influx of them that terrifies the gulls. 

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I enjoyed this, and Part 1.

Posted on Wed, 18 Nov 2020

I enjoyed this, and Part 1. Is there a Part 2? I couldn't find it. (Also as a Devon-born, cider-swilling pedant, I wonder if you mean Barnstaple rather than Barnstable? Or perhaps it's a fictional name.)

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Posted in Empire State (Part Three) - The Devil in Tintagel

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A very tranquil poem Jenny,

Posted on Tue, 17 Nov 2020

A very tranquil poem Jenny, and it made me think that your poems always convey a sense of peace and calm. Lovely. Rachel :)

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Posted in Aware Of Letting Go

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Oh, that's lovely - Oakley

Posted on Tue, 10 Nov 2020

Oh, that's lovely - Oakley Villa. There is something particularly special about an Oak tree. And you're quite right, they are so steeped in myth and folklore that it can be a little overwhelming. Your dream sounds amazing. I hugged an oak a...

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Posted in Oak

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Beautifully written and

Posted on Sun, 08 Nov 2020

Beautifully written and perfect for today - this is Pick of the Day. Do share on Facebook and Twitter if you happen to subscribe to such things. :)

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Posted in Beyond The Call Of Duty

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Yes they do! And it makes me

Posted on Mon, 02 Nov 2020

Yes they do! And it makes me love them all the more! I will definitely be attending the reading event, I loved it last time. Whether I pluck up the courage to read something is another matter, I have a couple of weeks to build bravery muscles...

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