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I have 1548 stories published in 15 collections on the site.
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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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851 of my comments have received 883 Great Feedback votes

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packed to bursting with

Posted on Mon, 01 Jun 2015

packed to bursting with metaphor and detail of stealthy activity of dusk! Rhiannon

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Posted in Night Moves...

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Thank you so much again,

Posted on Tue, 26 May 2015

Thank you so much again, Stephen for that thoughtful appreciation, and I am so glad you enjoy these verses. It is difficult to analyse one's own writing. I certainly try to keep a rhythm and make quite a bit of use of rhyme and consonant and part...

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Posted in Coastal Path (3) – birds

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So enjoyed catching up with

Posted on Tue, 19 May 2015

So enjoyed catching up with this one, Tina. So many little details brought in lightly. Liked the bonfires' end and the starlings. Rhiannon

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Posted in Run Roe Deer Run

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Brings to mind scenes from

Posted on Thu, 14 May 2015

Brings to mind scenes from the era of my childhood somehow.
On second time round reading this, I think the 'goodbye to brief lives and all that might have been.' and the ceasing to be, brings to my mind a pratical approach...

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Posted in A Small Ceasing to Be

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I've been wanting to get out

Posted on Wed, 06 May 2015

I've been wanting to get out into the countryside at night, and forgetting, or the difficulties of our caring for the elderly. My daughter spent a year high in the Alps and spoke wonderingly about the clarity of the 'jewels in the sky'. A few...

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Posted in Lights in the Sky

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I have never been there, and

Posted on Mon, 04 May 2015

I have never been there, and not likely to, now. This sounds like it is based on a lovely clear etched memory. Rhiannon

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Posted in Now Blooms the Magnolia

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I feel I'm watching into the

Posted on Fri, 01 May 2015

I feel I'm watching into the tank to try and decide what my in-laws want to do.
What I found with both of them is that though we would try to get some stimulation going, eg videos, they would easily say they'd seen it before or weren't...

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Posted in Surface Tension

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Intriguing to read all this

Posted on Thu, 23 Apr 2015

Intriguing to read all this account, and the notes at the end. All those delays over carrying out the sentence were reminiscent of the length people seem to be on 'death row' nowadays in the States. What the judge said about them having time to...

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Posted in Marple Bridge Murder - 6

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I guess this leaves one with

Posted on Wed, 22 Apr 2015

I guess this leaves one with the mixture of tenderness, sensitivity, and yet hard work and perseverance that is needed.
'A man who senses the coming of a storm before clouds have even the slightest notion of causing a commotion......

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Posted in A Woman Wants...

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Don't need the wood for

Posted on Wed, 15 Apr 2015

Don't need the wood for knocking on, but those birds being fed sure need them for bugs and nests!
Just changed the last verse since last night? I think I hadn't picked up the relevant point of the woods by the old bungalow being removed for...

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Posted in An Everyday Story of Country Folk

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