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I have 1297 stories published in 2 collections on the site.
My stories have been read 1542234 times and 1091 of my stories have been cherry picked.
125 of my 12,798 comments have been voted Great Feedback with a total of 128 votes

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Christine Ann Clatworthy

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Cherry

New Beginnings (IP)

It was ever Christmas in Gran's kitchen - painted gloss-green.
Cherry

The Tenth Circle of Hell

Your hell, blow Dante, you said, was a circle of chintz-backed chairs...
Cherry

Say That Again...(Poetry Monthly)

Why did I do it? Join up in the first place, do you mean?

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125 of my comments have received 128 Great Feedback votes

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Well hello there, Sharmi, and

Posted on Sat, 19 Sep 2015

Well hello there, Sharmi, and I do hope you have some brilliant morning sunshine, wherever you are, as I am lucky enough to have, where I live...

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Posted in Lucy in the Sky

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Hello there, Rhiannon.  I was

Posted on Sun, 13 Sep 2015

Hello there, Rhiannon.  I was truly looking forward to reading your weekly contribution to us, and I most certainly was not disappointed.

An inspiring, and thought-provoking hymn, especially, for me at least, the penultimate stanza.  An...

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Posted in Deep Love

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Only in our dreams are we

Posted on Sat, 12 Sep 2015

Only in our dreams are we truly awake, dear Bee.  A beautiful poem.

Tina

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Posted in Did You...

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Thanks, EB

Posted on Wed, 26 Aug 2015

Thanks, EBsmiley

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Posted in Spilt Milk

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Good to hear from you, maisie

Posted on Wed, 26 Aug 2015

Good to hear from you, maisie. So very good.

Tina

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Posted in Spilt Milk

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Gosh, Rhiannon, I have to say

Posted on Sun, 23 Aug 2015

Gosh, Rhiannon, I have to say that this particular one in your series,  is up there with my favourites.  It has an effective driving beat,  as of the tempo of a train, which really helps to hammer its more than salient points, home.

Much...

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Posted in Journey

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Hi there, EB, this reminded

Posted on Fri, 07 Aug 2015

Hi there, EB, this reminded me of a 1960's film called, 'The Collector' starring Terence Stamp...all about a lonely man who collected butterflies. Sounds idyllic, but it wasn't; indeed being a gripping pyschological thriller.  Things are seldom...

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Posted in The Memory Collector

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Effective use of alliteration

Posted on Wed, 05 Aug 2015

Effective use of alliteration in the first line of the first stanza which serves to 'slam' the poem home from the start, and then with a marked contrast of much softer language and imagery in the second line. A poem of contrasts, which is...

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Posted in Surroundings impress (Poetry Monthly)

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Effective alliteration, here, Bee...

Posted on Thu, 06 Aug 2015

'Killer, come

combing beaches...'

Effective alliteration here, Bee, and the whole poem's layout adds to its effectiveness and the welling up ofemotions; so very like the sea, indeed - holding back, for all its worth, until it is...

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Posted in Beach

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Bee...you sure had me...hook,

Posted on Sat, 01 Aug 2015

Bee...you sure had me...hook, line and sinker.  

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Posted in The Life Saver

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