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I have 1094 stories published in 13 collections on the site.
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Where is he? Where is she?

First long journey on his own – we’d meet mid-way at Birmingham. Dad at home, the telephone rings: ‘Will you accept this call?’ A voice begins, ‘I’ve...

How should we pray?

[Continuing the hymn-for-Sundays series] Our Father in heaven so holy, may many more honour you wholly, your good kingdom come, your perfect will...

Dear Dad … 2)

[not about 50 years of technological changes this time, but about Mum’s life after his death …]
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Weekly Holiday

[Continuing the hymn-for-Sundays series] All long for a day free to fill with nothing – or whims of their will, – so often depressing, the emptiness pressing – God’s precepts can satisfy …

Unseasonal Hail!

Under fire from pelting ice granules, like gravel chucked, crunching underfoot – soon melts, sun shines, briefly.

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400 of my comments have received 402 Great Feedback votes

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I like the encouragement of

Posted on Tue, 16 Apr 2019

I like the encouragement of viewing a static house and being inspired to think, as of a film running, of the happenings and occupants over so many years.Inside the envelope, as you say!

Her smile a scent forgot is a lovely line...

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Posted in change of address

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We appreciate the senses

Posted on Sat, 13 Apr 2019

We appreciate the senses remaining when some are fading, the ability to still hear sweet sounds and see beauty, even if a little less clearly. Rhiannon

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Posted in This Life

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A home of gentle love and

Posted on Mon, 08 Apr 2019

A home of gentle love and friendliness is a very precious thing. Rhiannon

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Posted in Rock Me In My Cradle

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reminiscent of the parable of

Posted on Mon, 08 Apr 2019

reminiscent of the parable of the prodigal son — and he found his father running to meet him! Rhiannon

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Posted in Menu

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Elsie, like Di, I too am

Posted on Fri, 22 Mar 2019

Elsie, like Di, I too am sorry for the difficulties and the depression. Glad you have friends, and hope you are finding ways to fill the time in some fulfilling way. Maybe it was better not to start the course and then get bogged down with it,...

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Posted in Wild daffodils of field and meadow*

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Thank you, Graham. I did read

Posted on Thu, 04 Apr 2019

Thank you, Graham. I did read of your tender memories at her passing. My mother-in-law has always been kind and gracious in manner, but it was so hard to feel as if the door of her face was shut to 'catching her eye' and being really able to...

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Posted in The mask melting at 98

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How ridiculous, and how sad!

Posted on Thu, 04 Apr 2019

How ridiculous, and how sad! If they only realised that the cross is not only true, but representing a loving sacrifice being offered to all, however diverse they feel. And of such a more far-reaching gift than a chick, daffodil or chocolate egg...

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Posted in Happy Easter.

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and the essence of the full

Posted on Fri, 05 Apr 2019

and the essence of the full hopping 'word' there in the tiny 'dot' already! Enjoyed your description, as you must have enjoyed wagtching! Rhiannon

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Posted in pondering

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Very rich.The growth and

Posted on Thu, 04 Apr 2019

Very rich.The growth and colours increasing, returning. 

I liked the first verse especially, with the comparison of the pollened willow catkins to his stars . and Sun-coin's cloud-pursed

Still mulling over the syrup and...

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Posted in First Walk Of April

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agree with the other two

Posted on Thu, 28 Mar 2019

agree with the other two comments, a privilege to have experiened the sight and escape from time and chore with you!  I especially liked 'wheeling wings flashing, never crashing, like glitter in a snow globe shook'

Rhiannon

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Posted in herring gull gallantry

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