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the abyss of your absence
Posted on Wed, 22 Jul 2015
the abyss of your absence such a telling phrase in so many situations. Though it does reflect a good relationship that has been experienced. And for you, the shared enjoyment of the details of your surroundings, especially the nature...Read full comment
Posted in Opacity of Glass
There is a lot of lovely
Posted on Sun, 19 Jul 2015
There is a lot of lovely metaphor again here, maybe rather concentrated for taking it all in? The chorus is lovely and I liked Enticing the sun into scything the night, starry-eyed very much.
The whole rhythmic form is well worked...
Posted in Sleep In My Arms Lullaby
Very cleverly written. I too
Posted on Sun, 19 Jul 2015
Very cleverly written. I too like acrostic poems, but so often they do feel rather forced, but this doesn't, and the bringing in of the initial letters for each line seems very neatly done. I particularly like the lines Threatening all but...Read full comment
Posted in 'Why Ever Not'
Hungry, alive Injured,
Posted on Sun, 05 Jul 2015
Hungry, alive Injured, survived brought to mind those feelings of many after disasters.
Exhausted, taxed drew such an unexpected lesson for perservering.
It also brought to my mind how being puffed up and...
Posted in Positive Thinking
You have a knack of
Posted on Thu, 02 Jul 2015
You have a knack of describing your feelings. When I had to wake to my father-in-law's calls, when he was still here, I got to frequently not be able to get back to sleep, and in the end found I had to mix sometimes doing something (reading,...Read full comment
Posted in A.M.
I agree with randy-johnson.
Posted on Sun, 28 Jun 2015
I agree with randy-johnson.T
The problems with Darwin's theory are far greater now than when he formed it, when he felt sure that the mechanisms would become clear. Natural selection is only the means of creatures dying out if environment...Read full comment
Posted in I Can't Believe In Darwin's Theory
I guess they'd say that we
Posted on Tue, 23 Jun 2015
I guess they'd say that we wouldn't want the 'heritage' damaged even more, the old story of 'abuse it and lose it'. I remember a lively young lady from Holland visiting Ludlow castle with us and thinking she could go climbing on the half ruined...Read full comment
Posted in Circle or Circus
Can you see the stars clearly
Posted on Fri, 19 Jun 2015
Can you see the stars clearly where you are? When we were down in Pembrokeshire we got out on a clear night and it was good to see them so much more clearly (not that there is too much light pollution here), though we had to wait til so late for...Read full comment
Posted in I'm Not Here to Talk to You...
Some perceptive points of
Posted on Sun, 14 Jun 2015
Some perceptive points of understanding of the struggles of teenage years. So many are afraid to try to teach their young anything, and afraid to get close even, and listen and understand and share and love. RhiannonRead full comment
Posted in ‘Excuse Me for My Suicide’