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Cherry

Colours for Kids 10)

Coal and soot and the sky at night (before the moon has risen to shed some light), the patches on a panda, dark stripes across the zebra, the telly...
Cherry

Autmn's faces

Autumn – a time of change and chills. Sometimes a glowing summer glimpse … sometimes a sodden grey …
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Giving is so much nicer than stealing!

[Continuing the hymn-for-Sundays series] Flimsy pleasure – hacking, scamming – what a waste of mind and skill – misappropriating talents given by God...

If I were …

If I were a bird that flies, I’d fly up high into the sky. If I were a fish that swims I’d glide through the sea and feel so free. If I were … But, you know what? …

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778 of my comments have received 803 Great Feedback votes

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You've caught such a lot in

Posted on Wed, 15 Apr 2015

You've caught such a lot in that little verse. Delightful! Though troubles come to the trusting one, they are kept through it by his power, and his blood has won the victory! Rhiannon

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Posted in No Worries With Jesus

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That third verse is

Posted on Fri, 10 Apr 2015

That third verse is especially lovely, and captures that view. All birds of prey seem so elegant, especially the kite. Is the pic a kite, I thought their tails were always more, or less, forked? I know I'm sometimes puzzled at the 'less forked'...

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Posted in A First Foraging

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I thought it was a dog, but

Posted on Mon, 30 Mar 2015

I thought it was a dog, but it seemed to be a cat! Liked the digging and the perfume. But wasn't sure about the 'his' in the last line - is it the husband having nine lives or should it be 'your' referring to the cat? Maybe I'm totally wrong, if...

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Posted in The Prodigal

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What a lovely little inciden

Posted on Fri, 27 Mar 2015

What a lovely little inciden capturedt! Was it a green woodpecker? I gather they do hammer sometime but my husband used to tell me, if it's the hammering you hear, then it's the greater spotted. He keeps having to turn my attention to it anyway,...

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Posted in Spotted at Dawn

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It's lovely what you took in

Posted on Sat, 07 Mar 2015

It's lovely what you took in in your micro-glance, refreshing you for the rest of your journey. Rhiannon

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Posted in The A1 Crosses the River Swale

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 A lot to think about there,

Posted on Sat, 21 Feb 2015

 A lot to think about there, and well written of course. How difficult to live with great skill, humbly and kindly. Rhiannon

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Posted in "All the World's a Stage"

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I can only say, how

Posted on Mon, 09 Feb 2015

I can only say, how compassionate and caring the staff are where my father-in-law is. (and it is just a basic nursing home, largely council funded, they have recently introduced a very minimal top-up and of course there is always means testing)....

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Posted in Room Six - Tooting Bec Asylum...1982

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I really liked the way you

Posted on Tue, 03 Feb 2015

I really liked the way you slipped in the descriptions of the garden eg ' the smell of pine as refreshing as a bucket of snow, needles crunching underfoot.' That whole paragraph seems to have so much vivid description just tucked in...

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Posted in uncorrected proof two.

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Horrible, Bee. Getting

Posted on Wed, 28 Jan 2015

Horrible, Bee. Getting callous like this to animal suffering, must so easily lead to callousness to human suffering too. Rhiannon

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Posted in Giving Them a VOICE

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A lot of concentrated vivid

Posted on Sun, 25 Jan 2015

A lot of concentrated vivid images here, and memories, and the contrast of attitudes to danger and hurts. Specially liked the first verse, and the lines about the moss. Rhiannon

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Posted in Earth Heart (3)

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