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I have 1253 stories published in 14 collections on the site.
My stories have been read 967741 times and 292 of my stories have been cherry picked.
528 of my 8,570 comments have been voted Great Feedback with a total of 539 votes

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Chlorophyll Green

Capturing sunlight the leaves to power their multiplication for shade from shower or heat of noon-light intense, so bright: the soft, soothing screen...
Cherry

Is this what Prince Llywelyn thought?

“In grief I tell of my temper’s haste – the tale of such tragic canine waste: my dog I left to guard my infant son, returned to find his cradle...

Up from Titley (2/3/20)

Blue sky and sunshine (though …) … boot-sucking mud-goo paths …snagging, tripping bramble-snakes … glorious far views
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Trumpeting!

They’re out! a golden shout …
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Christ's love in the heart

[Continuing the hymn-for-Sundays series] … power to perceive how vast Christ’s love – depth of the love he’s shown. …

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528 of my comments have received 539 Great Feedback votes

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Hi, Jean. Do you have the

Posted on Thu, 07 Nov 2019

Hi, Jean. Do you have the letter at hand, or is it fixed in your memory? It's so interesting to see your perspective and comment on getting to know him more at the time. I was amused at your getting your nail polish done well, then hearing his...

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Posted in The Last Man in my Life 2

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Much knowledge of nature and

Posted on Fri, 01 Nov 2019

Much knowledge of nature and subtle, personal metaphorical thoughts again! Rhiannon

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Posted in Ecstasy

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Such a delightful bird when

Posted on Mon, 28 Oct 2019

Such a delightful bird when we see it. Do you live in the States? I gather that the Nuthatch leaves in cold weather sometimes over there, but not here. Rhiannon

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Posted in Tree from a window

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I appreciated this. Rhiannon

Posted on Mon, 28 Oct 2019

I appreciated this. Rhiannon

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Posted in The Wind is Similar

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Interesting, and

Posted on Fri, 25 Oct 2019

Interesting, and interestingly written, Luigi. Expletives can spoil any attempt at arguing the case and encouraging thinking, and descend somehow to the shouted, 'Of course this must be right, you must be mad if...

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Posted in A Prose By Any Other Name

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Yes, not shallow love, but

Posted on Tue, 22 Oct 2019

Yes, not shallow love, but your response to those requests was testing for you both as to whether you were ready for long-term committment, for if so there would be respect for challenges and patience, and not putting you under wrong pressure. It...

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Posted in Al and the Hernia

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Again, you are able to relate

Posted on Sun, 20 Oct 2019

Again, you are able to relate your feelings at the time well, but also that awareness now of your naivety and vulnerableness, and awareness from the distance of the happiness but shallowness of your understanding of each other at the time....

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Posted in Al and the Wonderful Summer

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It sounds like cycling makes

Posted on Sat, 19 Oct 2019

It sounds like cycling makes you notice things, as well as getting fresh air and relaxation, but the slightly greater speed seems to give quite a different experience from walking, as 'things' are passed more quickly and so more of them in the...

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Posted in Prevarication Saturday

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You do keep the reader with

Posted on Sat, 19 Oct 2019

You do keep the reader with you in your writing, Jean, and engagingly frank in your clear memories of young friendships and exploring understanding the boys you meet! Rhiannon

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Posted in Al and the Levecar

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You always have a way with

Posted on Wed, 16 Oct 2019

You always have a way with words, Jane. But I would long to bring some Spring into these lives not just 'enjoy' their described tense and fragile cold. It seems like where existentialism leads, but we weren't made for that and need that 'God-...

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Posted in It feels like winter here

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