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November Bloom

Appealing petals– delicate curves, blended shading, soft shapes, bloomed touch-texture.
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A Song of Love

[Continuing the hymn-for-Sundays series] Arise, uplift my song to God from whom I have my being, from whom I draw the stream of life – my heart from darkness freeing …
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Travelling down the Wye Valley 28/10/19

and high above Chepstow, the ‘Eagle’s nest’ looks out … heavy, heavy rainfall in Wales now nearing the estuary to join the ocean. …
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Light Parties, Oct 31

Longer, dark night – playing with fright? raise up the Light, festive fun bright, no trick, taunt, or gore, or ugly costumes from the store (throw-away single use plastic to scare with the fantastic) …

After Death

[Continuing the hymn-for-Sundays series] Like Jesus rose, he's promised us we'll live like him, with him, with bodies new immortal and free from pain and sin, if …

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781 of my comments have received 806 Great Feedback votes

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A dream like mix of memories

Posted on Sat, 12 Sep 2015

A dream like mix of memories and imaginings and hopes to ease the stress? (did you mean 'dreams of memories' rather than 'dreamt of memories' in the last stanza?)

gifting treasures in the form of shells and gleaming gems –- a...

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Posted in Did You...

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Enjoyable scene as Bee says,

Posted on Sat, 12 Sep 2015

Enjoyable scene as Bee says, and a clever use of the IP without making the colours too dominant. Rhiannon

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Posted in Eveningesque

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Oh, the tragedy and agony

Posted on Fri, 11 Sep 2015

Oh, the tragedy and agony that no-one, especially the mother, was watching over her wisely, perceptively, nurturingly. Rhiannon

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Posted in The One...

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How intriguing, Terry! There

Posted on Thu, 10 Sep 2015

How intriguing, Terry! There seems such a lot that can be unpacked from that: the fading things that come to life again, the relivening of the daze dismembering December (January sometimes seems a daze to people after the excitement of the end of...

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Posted in Remember

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This brought back memories!

Posted on Wed, 09 Sep 2015

This brought back memories! My mother (recently widowed) coming awhile and calling herself 'chief cook and nappy washer'! the full buckets, and the feeling, 'I feel totally ignorant, but only I can really understand and help this child at all.'...

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Posted in The Weight of Snow

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This is very moving, Terry –

Posted on Sun, 06 Sep 2015

This is very moving, Terry – and it 'moves' well! I take it it's metaphor after metaphor to show the distress, the emptiness, the tragedy of the feeling of hopelessness at losing her. And that certainly comes over, and especially with the...

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Posted in Alone Again

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Interesting comment on a hard

Posted on Fri, 04 Sep 2015

Interesting comment on a hard day. You are one able to make the best of inactivity and even pain with observations and imaginative thought. This reminded me of that Poetry Monthly about windows. Your views out, and the trains of thought...

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Posted in In Windows

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Again, you've got into the

Posted on Thu, 03 Sep 2015

Again, you've got into the child's mind, and can empathise. Won't be long before the routine is friendly and familiar! that can be a bit of a shock for Mum too!
Last line schools – school's ? Rhiannon

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Posted in First day

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Certainly surreal, Terry, and

Posted on Sun, 30 Aug 2015

Certainly surreal, Terry, and having fun with how many of the rhymes you could weave such a tale around I guess! And keep the rhythm going. It's always interesting to see the traditional mediaeval myth feel of such tales interjected with the...

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Posted in Malimar

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So sad, effectively told in

Posted on Wed, 26 Aug 2015

So sad, effectively told in its simplicity and brevity. Is it based on a number of incidents or one in particular? Rhiannon

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Posted in Spilt Milk

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