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I have 1091 stories published in 13 collections on the site.
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Strife, War

[Continuing the hymn-for-Sundays series] Always, everywhere strife found, – workplace, nations: splits abound; home and friendship’s irritations grow...
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Mesmerised

[This is a revision of a piece I posted some years ago, and based on a Welsh poem called ‘Y Gwenci’ (The Weasel) by R Williams Parry, that I liked very much (content and poetic skill) in my childhood.] “I stood transfixed, just stared ahead, I could not move my gaze or tremble, shake …

Helping Recall?

Some have strong eidetic memory (photographic) – useful for Kim’s game and for ‘ Where is my key?’ (viewing detail of places seen); some use mnemonic...

Twister

Funnel swirling winds whirling twirling twister reaching down, sucking up dust and debris, buildings’ buster, chucking pieces further, rushing fast,...

The sailors in Jonah's boat

[Continuing the hymn-for-Sundays series] The sailors, frightened in the storm, found idol-gods dead, deaf to cries. The real, true God they had not known, and guilty Jonah sleeping lies … Must they throw Jonah overboard? – surprising will of One who saves …

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399 of my comments have received 401 Great Feedback votes

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Well, Bee, it just shows - I

Posted on Mon, 07 Apr 2014

Well, Bee, it just shows - I only just noticed this now, because I checked on you, as so often I mostly have a check of the new poetry.  I too have a growing list of contributors, many of whom mostly do prose only, and see what I can follow. I've...

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Posted in Complaint

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Hi, Moya, read all three

Posted on Mon, 31 Mar 2014

Hi, Moya, read all three parts together. You seem to have started on a huge labour!
I was intrigued by your moving from 'the big, bad businesses' and the pleasure people  have in laying into anonymous people as a group, to the more personal...

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Posted in The Labour Planet - A Working Title - Part Three

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A beautiful place, well

Posted on Tue, 01 Apr 2014

A beautiful place, well described, which I know well, though this seems to have been a sad, poignant journey up. Rhiannon

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Posted in Mynydd Carningli (for TP's parents)

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Nice to remember these family

Posted on Fri, 28 Mar 2014

Nice to remember these family and funny incidents. I feel all such malapropisms I've heard have comepletly gone from my mind, but maybe some will come back. I do remember one of my sons who was reading quite early asking, with bewilderment why...

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Posted in Out of the Mouths...(I.P.)

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A lovely crafted and

Posted on Sun, 09 Mar 2014

A lovely crafted and inspiring poem, Linda. I especially also like the first stanza with the description of the bustling crowd and the happy couples compared to the speaker's loneliness.

I did wonder in the 3rd stanza, 3rd line, whether...

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Posted in THE LONELY WANDERER (I.P.)

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You have managed to

Posted on Sun, 12 Jan 2014

You have managed to articulate so much, so clearly, so many feelings explained, carrying us right through the so difficult time, the emotions, and the coping. Rhiannon

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Posted in Three Days to Three Weeks.

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I enjoyed this, thank you.

Posted on Wed, 01 Jan 2014

I enjoyed this, thank you. Especially the first two stanzas, and the sense of  hush and quiet that snow brings. Rhiannon
 

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Posted in Winter's Scene

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The first two stanza are a

Posted on Tue, 31 Dec 2013

The first two stanza are a fascinatingly clear little picture, and the last a nice twist and attractive. Rhiannon

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Posted in Fascination

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Tina, it could so easily have

Posted on Fri, 13 Dec 2013

Tina, it could so easily have been like that, but we were talking in a little study this week, how easily Joseph's strengths are forgotten, and not only does it say 'Joseph was a just (or righteous ) man and did not want to expose her to public...

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Posted in The Virgin's Tale

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The wildness of the sea and

Posted on Sun, 01 Dec 2013

The wildness of the sea and wind is so well described, and seems to fit the anguish, and the seeking to live on despite the anguish. Rhiannon

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Posted in Freshwater bay (revised)

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