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Christine Ann Clatworthy

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The Naming of Bulbs

How impatient they are to be freed – these teardrops with roots,
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Cherry

As it is in Heaven (Poetry Monthly)

The clocks didn't stop...dogs insisted on barking...
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Future Conditional

Say the sun turns into a red giant tomorrow...Say the clouds' water supply gets turned off - permanently....
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A Passing Thought (Poetry Monthly)

Don't mind if I scream at the next person tells me, 'You're in the best place'...because I'm not.

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124 of my comments have received 129 Great Feedback votes

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Brilliantly executed,

Posted on Tue, 01 Dec 2015

Brilliantly executed, Rhiannon.  A cornucopia of literary delight.  As insert rightly says 'words tripping into themselves'.

Tina

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Posted in Mixed motives, mixed metaphors

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Thank you for inspiring me

Posted on Sun, 29 Nov 2015

Thank you for inspiring me this wet, and windy Monday morning, Rhiannon.  The tune you have written this to is one of my favourites, and it was sung at my wedding, and at my late daughter's celebration of life.  These words of yours bringing me...

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Posted in People say ‘the grace’ to each other

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I SO enjoyed listening to you

Posted on Tue, 24 Nov 2015

I SO enjoyed listening to you reading this, Rhiannon.  It made it come alive, jump off the screen at me.  Beautifully done, both the performance and the writing of the poem...

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Posted in A skeuomorphic diet for … (Poetry Monthly)

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Totally convincing dialect,

Posted on Wed, 11 Nov 2015

Totally convincing dialect, lw.  So very, very difficult to achieve, but you have succeeded  here,...

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Posted in oot ma heed.

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And I too, am deeply touched

Posted on Thu, 22 Oct 2015

And I too, am deeply touched by the pathos written, so deftly,  in between these lines, Rhiannon.  Aaaaaaaaaaa...tissue, is all that there is left for me to say...

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Posted in Tissues

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I have a marvellous view of

Posted on Tue, 20 Oct 2015

I have a marvellous view of Venus from my garden, right now, cassie (when it gets dark, of course, that is)  

Lovely poem, and especially admired, 'Sleepy skies bereft of contenders'.  Certainly nothing shines as brightly in the sky, not...

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Posted in Venus

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Much for the reader to think

Posted on Tue, 13 Oct 2015

Much for the reader to think about in this poem, Rhiannon...it is short, certainly not sweet, and the final stanza, far reaching.  

An excellent take on the I.P.

Tina

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Posted in People Smugglers

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Oh, Lindy...I could so

Posted on Mon, 12 Oct 2015

Oh, Lindy...I could so identify with this...but I'm afraid to say, mine was a bolster case held the oranges, etc....

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Posted in Times Past or Past Times

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Scrumptiously atmospheric,

Posted on Mon, 05 Oct 2015

Scrumptiously atmospheric, Lindy, well deserving of its cherriessmiley

Tina

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Posted in Starry, Starry Night

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Gosh, Rhiannon...you have

Posted on Wed, 23 Sep 2015

Gosh, Rhiannon...you have just described exactly what is going on in my neck of the woods...right down to those apples which I have a glut of, plus pears.  Mind you, the wasps have got to a lot of them first.  We also have a bumper crop of...

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Posted in September

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