Philip Sidney

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I have 166 stories published in 5 collections on the site.
My stories have been read 359659 times and 212 of my stories have been cherry picked.
409 of my 5,451 comments have been voted Great Feedback with a total of 406 votes

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Natural History

In the history of school, Class 5 was the happiest. Outside swan plants grew - we gave them sidelong glances, hope was brewing. A race through times...
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Waiting for Treacle Tart

Matron secured herself into her apron. She took the hand-made card her children had presented her with that morning from her bag and slipped it into...
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Dirty Lucre

Troubles are scratching at your door again. We eat fruit and drink coffee in the sun, bright smiles collide and clink, eyes meet and blink, I know...

The Bus as a Microcosm

En masse, bus passengers are mundane. They lack the individuality possessed by drivers of the sleek cars that passengers look down at as they chug...
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Gauguin Girl

He saw my hibiscus face in sunlight, strong feet in warm dust, eyes that soaked up the world, thighs grasping heat from a horse’s flank. We listened...
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409 of my comments have received 406 Great Feedback votes

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Those 9 months sped by, they

Posted on Fri, 13 Feb 2015

Those 9 months sped by, they grow up fast too.

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Posted in Nine Months Plus

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Posted on Mon, 09 Feb 2015

The trauma of school plays.  I was cast as a wolf when I wanted a main role in peter Pan, who can even remember there were wolves, at least your performance will be remembered.

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Posted in More Beast than Beauty

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Poor Ian, not sure if I

Posted on Sun, 08 Feb 2015

Poor Ian, not sure if I should feel sorry for him but he seemed so hopeful with his business plan.  Really liked this story, not sure REX would be fooled by a piece of plastic meat though.

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Posted in REX

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The lark makes me think of

Posted on Sun, 01 Feb 2015

The lark makes me think of Keats' Nightingale, lovely ideas and place to be.

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Posted in What the sky said

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So sensual.

Posted on Sun, 01 Feb 2015

So sensual.

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Posted in Orbital

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Pacey and full of suspense.

Posted on Sat, 31 Jan 2015

Pacey and full of suspense.

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Posted in Luck (part I)

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Good morals.

Posted on Tue, 27 Jan 2015

Good morals.

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Posted in THE INTELLIGENT PIGEON

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Nice shifts of perspective, I

Posted on Tue, 27 Jan 2015

Nice shifts of perspective, I like the methodical use of description, matching his actions, the suspense builds well too.

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Posted in Meditation

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Magical.

Posted on Sun, 25 Jan 2015

Magical.

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Posted in What I promised the sea

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I like the use of direct

Posted on Sun, 25 Jan 2015

I like the use of direct address and the building of suspense.

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Posted in Park Bench

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