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Christine Ann Clatworthy

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Gold cherry

Not Quite Fern Hill (Poetry Monthly)

Still...my favourite place to be...Narnia's any place you want it to be, and this is mine.
Cherry

Chasing Stars

A perfect night – we scoured the skies as the clouds, finally, broke;
Cherry

Not Just Any Sunday

Easter Day; an afternoon's hard digging behind me, glance up - two lapwings splice and ocean of lapis lazuli...

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124 of my comments have received 129 Great Feedback votes

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Love can reach a wound that

Posted on Thu, 18 Feb 2016

Love can reach a wound that only compassion and empathy can heal, dear Bee.  Such beauty in you, and in your words.

Tina 

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Posted in Taking is Giving

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And we could all learn by

Posted on Sun, 14 Feb 2016

And we could all learn by taking to heart the last verse, Rhiannon.  I am not familiar with any of the tunes, so I shall try to research them.

I so look forward to reading these every Sunday, and although I do not always get time to...

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Posted in King David’s Struggles

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Splendid use of alliteration

Posted on Sat, 13 Feb 2016

Splendid use of alliteration throughout. A fine poem, if but so very poignant.

Tina

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Posted in China Songbird - re written

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Read this, earlier today, and

Posted on Wed, 27 Jan 2016

Read this, earlier today, and to be totally honest, I was lost for words.  

You said them all for me, and I marvel at your prowess, both as  a wordsmith, and as a fellow traveller on this trip we know as 'life'.

Tina

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Posted in The Verdict

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Nor on yer life, kid!

Posted on Tue, 26 Jan 2016

Nor on yer life, kid!smiley

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Posted in I Want a Man

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Rhiannon, this really 'spoke'

Posted on Sun, 17 Jan 2016

Rhiannon, this really 'spoke' to me this morning, and again, the tune so very fitting, helping to further endorse its message, so clearly and succinctly penned here.

The first two lines made me think...momentarily, and then I realised I...

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Posted in Real prayer ?

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How well these stirring words

Posted on Sun, 10 Jan 2016

How well these stirring words fit Finlandia to a 'T', Rhiannon.  Not the easiest of things to do, fitting lyrics to the challenging rhythm of this piece.  Worth it though, hands down, and it certainly had...

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Posted in The transfiguration

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Marvellous storytelling, MM.

Posted on Mon, 04 Jan 2016

Marvellous storytelling, MM.  I agree, and some, with all the accolades this piece has been given.

 'When we write we end up falling in love with our characters'...and I love  this terminology.  How true this rings, of a...

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Posted in "The Cob Will Have Nowhere To Live" Children's Chapter Book

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An agonisingly heart

Posted on Mon, 04 Jan 2016

An agonisingly heart-rending situation...with as many facets, and more, than there are grains of sand in the Sahara.

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Posted in Order

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Rhiannon...so very beautiful.

Posted on Sun, 06 Dec 2015

Rhiannon...so very beautiful...the words, and your vocal interpretationsmiley  As...

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Posted in A Carol

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