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I have 153 stories published in 9 collections on the site.
My stories have been read 100565 times and 97 of my stories have been cherry picked.
191 of my 879 comments have been voted Great Feedback with a total of 204 votes

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JoAnne Stefanizzi

 

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"Willow's Tail" 20

Martha stood by the window in Perfidia’s kitchen staring out at the vibrant garden bathed in morning sunlight. A gentle summer breeze tickled the...
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"Willow's Tail" 19

“I still have to enter that contest Perfidia,” Martha reminded her as they stood at the funnel cake stand and Perfidia ordered one of the powdered...
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"Willow's Tail" 18

Willow had wanted to follow that meddlesome cat and find its lair and its human, but her human was making her enter this ridiculous contest, and she...
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"Willow's Tail" 17

“How do you know where I live?” Perfidia asked the purple suited, delivery man with venom in her tone. “The poor delivery man’s eyes widened with...
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"Willow's Tail" 16

Perfidia walked down the stairs but hearing voices coming from the kitchen she stopped to listen.One of those voices had her hovering in indecision...
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191 of my comments have received 204 Great Feedback votes

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Enjoyed this slice of life

Posted on Tue, 11 Jan 2022

Enjoyed this slice of life story; It could have been a sweet, 'other time tale,' only for the fact it is threaded with current day issues and modern day humor, sooo much humor, I smiled throughout my reading it. You have kept this humor even ...

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Posted in A Hot Little Model from France

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The connection of Mistletoe

Posted on Thu, 30 Dec 2021

The connection of Mistletoe to the Mistle thrush exemplifies that all of nature has a reason for being, both destructive and life supportive. The sorrow of birdlime used to trap delicate birds shows the heartbreaking use by man of this natural...

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Posted in Mistletoe

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I highly recommend hugging a

Posted on Fri, 07 Jan 2022

I highly recommend hugging a tree- its good for the soul. This is a lovely contemplative poem, apropos for the season of beginnings, or endings - whichever way you choose to view it,  from the eve or the day, filled with appreciative thoughts to...

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Posted in Resolution

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The pulse of life, the

Posted on Wed, 29 Dec 2021

The pulse of life, the coldness of stone, the yin and yang of existence and the big sleep that beckons us all- This cemetery walk about that you take us on is filled with life amid the resting place of departed, and silent souls. It gives a...

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Posted in In Memoriam

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Your poem sparkles like

Posted on Fri, 31 Dec 2021

Your poem sparkles like twinkling lights at a New Years Eve celebration. It winds and moves through memories giving a burst of joy to the reader. You've truly captured the essence of this holiday. Happy New Year Jenny, may it be the best year...

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Posted in Embracing New Year

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Scary stuff, having unwanted,

Posted on Sun, 02 Jan 2022

Scary stuff, having unwanted, random faces popping into and invading your private space, strangers intruding on your computer and phone. Great suspense and humor in this with a thread of social reality woven in, made for a chilling read. I Loved...

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Posted in Five Other People Are Looking At This Item

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So strange and 2037 does not

Posted on Mon, 03 Jan 2022

So strange and 2037 does not sound like a future I want to consider but it is spellbinding. Your story has me hooked and I want to see where this goes. Great dialogue and likable characters with a very unique story line, indeed- waiting for more...

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Posted in THE FIRST ANGEL

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Devastating truths and the

Posted on Fri, 15 Oct 2021

Devastating truths and the format of dwindling the words down, like the silencing of mankind when the destruction we've caused is complete, was profoundly effective. Well deserving of the cherries. 

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Posted in point of no return

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I love this; your poem

Posted on Mon, 01 Nov 2021

I love this; your poem tickled the imagination of what wonders you can explore while living abroad and what ancient finds, that have been unearthed, displayed for you to view...time worn papyrus and our attempts to translate archaic languages,...

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Posted in Papyrus Horoscope

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Dark and spooky- Perfect poem

Posted on Sat, 30 Oct 2021

Dark and spooky- Perfect poem for Halloween and well done. Enjoyed this spine tingling walk through the forest Jenny. ...

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Posted in Forest Terror

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