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Decluttering

[Continuing the hymn-for-Sundays series] “No room in the inn” – no room in the clutter, the litter and glitter, the whirling of life, for Him; with...
Cherry

Chill

Roadside shorn of colour, bleak, waiting for the sun to break through the misty veil to cheer, waiting …

“ A child … will be called …”

[Continuing the hymn-for-Sundays series] The child will be Wonderful, miraculous, Counsellor: true, kind and wisdom-ful, a powerful Comforter. The...

Weary world

We must try to stop the climate warming, we can cry to all to change their use of … remodelled …
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Awoke, then awaking

Fool-fears rule … no capricious ‘gods’ or fickle luck …

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778 of my comments have received 803 Great Feedback votes

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I didn't think about the

Posted on Mon, 04 Jan 2016

I didn't think about the title until afterwards, either. I like attempts at 'autobiography of a …' on inanimate objects. Unusual, but fun. Rhiannon

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Posted in The Wardrobe

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You are able at triggering

Posted on Thu, 31 Dec 2015

You are able at triggering others to the ordinary pleasures we can enjoy every day, and have enjoyed through all the days of life. Rhiannon

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Posted in Of a New Year's Eve

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I like the way you describe

Posted on Wed, 30 Dec 2015

I like the way you describe the smile – genuine, creases round the eyes, with a private twinkle in the eye – that describes well the sharing of warmth, acceptance, sense of love, that is so missed if it's just a facial smile, feelings hidden....

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Posted in Sometimes...

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Terry, I think you'd get a

Posted on Thu, 24 Dec 2015

Terry, I think you'd get a lot more reads and analysis if you posted them as a series (maybe making them into a collection), say one every other day. Each could be read quite quickly then and maybe reread and thought about. (I know they're...

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Posted in Eugene and the Pumpkin Pie

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Marcia this is lovely and

Posted on Thu, 03 Dec 2015

Marcia this is lovely and clever, the arrangements really works. Are you meaning this for Poetry Monthly which is all about visual poetry (see under 'blogs' at RH edge of page)? Usually we are encouraged to put (Poetry Monthly) in brackets in the...

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Posted in look away ..... .... ... .. . . . . . ."Poetry Monthly"

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You've again skilfully woven

Posted on Tue, 01 Dec 2015

You've again skilfully woven your tale, with rhythm and rhyme, and many sharp points being made (eg the counterparts of diamonds, hearts, are never clubs or spades.)
When there are injustices seeming done, and conclusions maybe...

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Posted in Shut-Down City

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an encouragement to cherish

Posted on Tue, 01 Dec 2015

an encouragement to cherish the good memories, and lay some down - in our own lives and in others'. Rhiannon

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Posted in Years Ago Yesterday

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Men searching, seeking to

Posted on Fri, 27 Nov 2015

Men searching, seeking to understand … get a glimpse, but can't see the whole of the answer … only supernatural revelation can do that, fill in the gaps, even help us understand the words we are told, or as much as we need to know. Rhiannon

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Posted in a piece of art

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Interestingly put, Tina. So

Posted on Thu, 26 Nov 2015

Interestingly put, Tina. So easy to get distraught over loose ends, and to miss 'jobs' more important or just noticing some beauty, which you so well describe.

(on rainbows, we were thrilled a couple of days ago in seeing a bright wide '...

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Posted in Ironing Unironed

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Brings the era to life, or

Posted on Sat, 21 Nov 2015

Brings the era to life, or its trappings to memory. The longing for hugs is always there, whether the home be relatively poor, or rich, and whether we have them or don't, the value of them remains clearly felt. Rhiannon

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Posted in For Sale - Sold as Seen

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