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I have 1260 stories published in 10 collections on the site.
My stories have been read 1022534 times and 108 of my stories have been cherry picked.
5 of my 204 comments have been voted Great Feedback with a total of 5 votes

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Sean Lawlor Nelson

American; 40; divorced with 3 kids; I've lived in Sweden and Thailand; and have devoted 40 years to the literary endeavor. I've been a part of this literary community forever; and won many cherry awards from our eminent editors. Thanks to my fellow literati in this community.

My stories

I will hate you forever(a poem for misanthropes)

Humanity, God; one and the same You who make decisions You who go with the vile flow Indeed all humanity, every last homo sapien ape: I will hate you...

Wonder Wonder Everywhere!

"Holy, Holy, Holy; Every thing is Holy" - Beat icon Allen Ginsberg Wonder Wonder Everywhere! Wonder Wonder: Stop and stare the flock of sparrows...

On neo-Lamarckian Evolutionary Theory

It cannot be denied that after travelling the world and observing many non-human life forms carefully, Charles Darwin made a great contribution to...

On limited data theory pt. 2

One of the central techniques of science is observing patterns, investigating these, and manipulating them with our technology. We should realize we...

on my finite data theory

We must remember that from the wildly inaccurate models of Ptolemy to the incomplete models of Newton to more recent accounts of black holes, our...


5 of my comments have received 5 Great Feedback votes

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an interesting piece here; a well earned Yellow Cherry

Posted on Thu, 06 Jan 2022

Well; This is a decidedly working-class take. I might appreciate a little more balance; But I still appreciate and approve of this literary micro-satire. The intelligence and decency of the taxi cab driver(from London to Louisiana) is greatly...

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Posted in Ol' Rickety (Part 1)

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Neat poem

Posted on Sat, 24 Jul 2021

a well-earned yellow cherry. I love the optimism and clarity.

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Posted in In IKEA, he dreams about the woman he loves

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Neat poem

Posted on Sun, 25 Jul 2021

I like the exploration of the moon as a regenerative force. I find the moon and the night so, like Louis Armstrong phrases it; It is 'the dark sacred night.'

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Posted in Force Of Life

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Posted on Wed, 31 Aug 2016

What a beautiful(and profound) poem Lily.  Thanks for composing

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Posted in The Grief of Gaziantep.

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Posted on Fri, 24 Apr 2015

sublime, strange, and beautiful

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Posted in My Other Life is