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Mission Impossible!

[Continuing the hymn-for-Sundays series] [Last Sunday was Pentecost Sunday] Mission Impossible: go out – eleven disciples poor, without...

Ethiopian de/re-forestation

They cleared the forests to grow more food … Arboreal ‘islands’ remain … believing they are stewards of God’s creation … maybe soon ‘islands’ will expand to link up once more

The Point of (not 'no-') Return

‘Go my own way, with money to spend … “you can go feed my pigs!” …

Family Care

[Continuing the hymn-for-Sundays series] A happy home with honour, love … No heavy-handed, harsh regime, but patient teaching, discipline … And when we’ve failed, and faults confess … And then in age, reversal comes – care for the parents by the sons and …

Little-used public footpath

a vast sea of wheat … try not to wobble on unsteady feet!

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652 of my comments have received 673 Great Feedback votes

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That last verse seems

Posted on Tue, 27 May 2014

That last verse seems tantalizing – what is she/you troubled about in the relationship/conversation? hope waking manages to put the worry to rest?! I suppose it is all up to the reader to imagine? Rhiannon

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Posted in A Glass of Water

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Some helpful thoughts there,

Posted on Wed, 07 May 2014

Some helpful thoughts there, Taris. And a very helpful Bible verse. In the last sentence do you mean 'Study his (God's) word'? Rhiannon

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Posted in Our Prayers

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Beautiful and comfortable,

Posted on Fri, 02 May 2014

Beautiful and comfortable, sprightly, and certainly not in a routine rut! Enjoyed your comfortable musing. Rhiannon

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Posted in The Blue Chair

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a 'you-shaped hole' – that's

Posted on Mon, 28 Apr 2014

a 'you-shaped hole' – that's very expressive of  loss of any kind, and so difficult for anyone else to understand and appreciate.
(I remember being so glad when we exchanged our very oil-marked kitchen carpet for a piece of vinyl!) ...

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Posted in After You'd Gone...

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Choosing pebbles/choosing

Posted on Mon, 21 Apr 2014

Choosing pebbles/choosing words, smooth right through – a vivid metaphor, while keeping private the mysteries of the occasion. Rhiannon

(liked the picture, reminded me of some seen on stormy beaches – I think people return to see if they'...

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Posted in Stones

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Can't say I understand all

Posted on Sat, 19 Apr 2014

Can't say I understand all your musings here, Tina. But I'm happy that scripture makes clear that Jesus is coming back, but that will be the culmination of all, - yes the resurrection of the dead, but also a judgement, so that it is so important...

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Posted in A Sudden Resurrection (I.P.)

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Apart from your usual

Posted on Sat, 19 Apr 2014

Apart from your usual niftyness with rhythm and rhyme, Alvin, you have opened up, with a light touch,  good thoughts about developing a loving care, a real constant sharing and thinking of the others ups and downs, and needs, and not just '...

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Posted in I NEVER HEARD HER CRY

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Is the picture yours, Bee?

Posted on Thu, 17 Apr 2014

Is the picture yours, Bee? This has a lovely feel of painting someone and mixing it with memories and so many thoughts of the person that can't be painted on and yet somehow can affect the painting to somehow impart character and experiences....

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Posted in Emily

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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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