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So near, so far

Unmasked smile eyes interlock through glass awhile bright twinkle, blown kiss – its touch they miss, and chatter lost – another cost for young and...
Gold cherry

Coastal Cottage (Pembrokeshire)

(painting J Maddocks) White-washed cottage … Sometimes ocean calm … sometimes grey and wild …
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Gentle and Mighty

[Continuing the hymn-for-Sundays series] He’s gentle and kind, he’s mighty and just. Seek Jesus and find He’s One you can trust. This man stilled the...
Cherry

Roaming the world, and beyond

I’d like to go to deserts and see the sand dunes shift. I’d like to visit jungles, and on the ocean drift. I’d love to see an iceberg, and polar bears – not near! …

A yellow world

She felt like vigorously colouring in, some energetic pressing back and forth, and filling in, not delicately shading different colours in, and proudly finished and presented – a yellow rainbow, yellow cloud …
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636 of my comments have received 658 Great Feedback votes

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Thank you, Di. As I told

Posted on Mon, 03 May 2021

Thank you, Di. As I told Insert, it's up and down. I hope we can go again to the coastal path, Di, but this painting always gives me the feel of the place. The sound of quiet many waters, and the sound of stormy waves are both things I enjoy (...

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A mischievous tale, well

Posted on Sat, 01 May 2021

A mischievous tale, well written. The lady seems to have been quite a troubled soul. I was interested by your comment that sometimes a phrase heard stirs up a story in your mind!

Of course that can occur unrealised to someone like Susan,...

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An experience to treasure. I

Posted on Tue, 27 Apr 2021

An experience to treasure. I remember when a student, diliking the (I think it was Fridays) which had to be spent all day long in a smelly old chemistry lab, one year. A few times I got myself up early and went for a short walk first just down...

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Posted in Sunrise

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… and I hear that again there

Posted on Tue, 20 Apr 2021

… and I hear that again there's some outlawing the drying of washing outside, for neatness sake!!

I was also thinking of growing up with the assumption of so much food covered in plastic for hygiene and preservation, and also wrapping all...

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Posted in just deserts

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I wonder if out-of-proportion

Posted on Tue, 20 Apr 2021

I wonder if out-of-proportion preoccupation with hygiene and sterilization has had the effect of over-using plastic and chemicals. Things that can be beneficial in the problems of this world now, are so easily over-used ;and abused and become the...

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Posted in just deserts

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Now I still feel the same

Posted on Tue, 20 Apr 2021

Now I still feel the same inside.

Our bodies age, but it's still the same 'me' inside! hopefully a bit wiser, more experienced! but many happy memories of time when responsibilites were less! Rhiannon

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Posted in Before We Kissed Goodnight

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I also was impressed by the

Posted on Thu, 15 Apr 2021

I also was impressed by the way the subjects merged! Rhiannon

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Posted in Storm clouds rolling in

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I thought the original was

Posted on Sat, 10 Apr 2021

I thought the original was supposed to be referring to political events metaphorically somehow. Though I think when younger just liked the ryime structure of it and thought it showed love for robins!

Your poem is reminiscent of 'Silent...

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Posted in cock robin

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What is quartz like on the

Posted on Tue, 06 Apr 2021

What is quartz like on the beach? Is it just a clear crystalline substaance or is it those flint lumps with grey on the outside?

I was struck by those last lines. Absorbed with measuring time, but not knowing how to meditate or look around...

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Posted in to pick up time

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Quite a metaphor - mellow

Posted on Wed, 31 Mar 2021

Quite a metaphor - mellow ivory versus sparkling 'fool's gold' - 'all that glitters is not gold' is the feeling generated! I hope she keeps wanting to share and not get sucked in to their type of pride and greed! Rhiannon

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Posted in Gold & Ivory

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