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My stories have been read 354719 times and 303 of my stories have been cherry picked.
79 of my 3,738 comments have been voted Great Feedback with a total of 84 votes

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Cherry

To a friend

With love

The Grand Narrative

AI: thanks for the lesson.
Cherry

Creeping death

More heartfelt cheer...

In absentia

Night perturbation
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79 of my comments have received 84 Great Feedback votes

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I seem to have drifted into a

Posted on Sun, 08 Feb 2015

I seem to have drifted into a kind of cherry colour, inadvertently.
The painting is here: http://www.nationalgallery.org.uk/paintings/sassoferrato-the-...

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Posted in The Colour of Nothing

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Great metaphor, Ben. Love the

Posted on Wed, 07 Jan 2015

Great metaphor, Ben. Love the structure, too. Being slow, it took me a couple of reads to get it. But that's just me. I was busy enjoying the aesthetic. Enjoyed muchly.

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Posted in Wet Rot

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One of those that leads you

Posted on Mon, 12 Jan 2015

One of those that leads you back to the beginning, slows you down and teaches you how to read again. Magnificent.

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Posted in Graffiti on the Wheelie-Bin

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Hi Philip. I'm catching up. I

Posted on Sun, 04 Jan 2015

Hi Philip. I'm catching up. I like this (keep up, Corporal Jones). Planners like to have their set-pieces, but the oldest cities show exactly this, as do those that follow the laissez-faire organic approach to economic life. London being a prime...

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Posted in The City Lives

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I like the repetition and the

Posted on Wed, 07 Jan 2015

I like the repetition and the flipping around of words. It feels like an eel twisting and coiling to free itself of its captor. I used to draw all the time when I was small. My writing is completely unstructured and that probably limits me, but I...

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Posted in The Discovered Unartist

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What an amazing piece,

Posted on Thu, 01 Jan 2015

What an amazing piece, Shannan. Beautifully detailed. You bring those characters into a truly ordinary world in a delightful way.

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Posted in Session 4 - Being Married Perspective

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I'd say you're a beautiful

Posted on Thu, 18 Dec 2014

I'd say you're a beautiful person Shannan. Maybe it's what people do with the term "God". Whatever, religion has ruined too many lives. Stay happy.

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Posted in Broken Faith

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Works both (all) ways. I

Posted on Sat, 01 Nov 2014

Works both (all) ways. I sometimes think the whole universe fits in one skull, but I think it really exists in them all. Thank God for books / stories / ABCtales.

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Posted in Ghost Hunting in New England

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I really like this VWR. So

Posted on Mon, 13 Oct 2014

I really like this VWR. So heartfelt and full of humanity. It connects in a direct way. Thank you for sharing.

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Posted in RainyMondayafternoonthoughts

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Hi Tina. Thank you. It's me

Posted on Fri, 10 Oct 2014

Hi Tina. Thank you. It's me who's being inspired. Thanks for all the lovely comments. You're right about going with the flow. And every mountain counts - whether physical or metaphorical. x

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Posted in Reflection

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