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122 of my 4,280 comments have been voted Great Feedback with a total of 128 votes

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Wages of fortune

Wednesday morning. Sitting by an open door. Coffee long drunk.
Cherry

Filling time - 2

William picked a stone up from the water’s edge. He turned it over and saw that the moist surface was covered in small black snails. He picked up...
Gold cherry

Filling time - 1

William turned the smooth flat stone in his hand. Its surface was grey and featureless, save for a thin white line a third of the way down. It felt...

For water

Para agua

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122 of my comments have received 128 Great Feedback votes

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Very subtle. Very neat. My

Posted on Fri, 26 May 2017

Very subtle. Very neat. My head's spinning, but in an enjoyable way. Should the second "what the hell" be a grape, or did I miss a turning?

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Posted in Elvis, Poker Chips and Grapes

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This story of your father's

Posted on Mon, 01 May 2017

This story of your father's is one of those priceless reminders of a time and a mentality that we know we must never return to, but sometimes forget.

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Posted in Shlamek

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The ever-changing sea. Nice

Posted on Wed, 26 Apr 2017

The ever-changing sea. Nice contrast, Rhiannon.

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Posted in Ocean

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Really enjoyed reading this,

Posted on Sat, 22 Apr 2017

Really enjoyed reading this, penny4athought. A few (3 I think) small typos, but a really nice read. Well written and believable scenes. Final para: know;4th from last: turn; towards the end of the first section: Victoria she. You really made me...

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Posted in "Past or Present" Chapter 6

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Wow. Stops time. The

Posted on Fri, 31 Mar 2017

Wow. Stops time. The intricacy and detail of this is incredible and the writing crystal clear. Very lucid.

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Posted in Smarter than a Caterpillar (Fire Flys and Spiders part two)

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Interesting point. Britain

Posted on Thu, 30 Mar 2017

Interesting point. Britain doesn’t help in this either. There's been an obsession with Russian expansionism since Tsarist times, and greatly exacerbated during and after the Bolshevic revolution to the extent that Britain became militarily...

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Posted in Statement: Russia

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Says something about the

Posted on Sat, 04 Mar 2017

Says something about the anonymity and alienation of the daily commute. Nicely done.

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Posted in Valentine's Day 2017

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Hi Ewan.

Posted on Wed, 22 Feb 2017

Hi Ewan.

Really enjoyed the mood of this. A trivial point: I wondered whether the crows might be looking "along" the street and up the slope. Great piece on state of mind and forgetfulness. I'm trying to connect the initially squealing...

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Posted in Crowlines

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It could be that the Act of

Posted on Tue, 21 Feb 2017

It could be that the Act of reading and sharing Moravia is lifting him out of his dip, Elsie.

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Posted in Basura

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Wow! penny4athought. What

Posted on Wed, 07 Dec 2016

Wow! penny4athought. What beautiful words to read. Last night, I was thinking of giving up. Serial contemplation of the dry well. When I first started sharing my scribbles, it was with the idea that if just one other person read them and...

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