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Christine Ann Clatworthy

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Cherry

The Making of Love

Creep up the stairs...peep in through a crack in their bedroom door.
Cherry

A Borderline Case (Poetry Monthly)

Migrants from India, Bangladesh, China...passports forcibly seized at the border...
Cherry

My Father's House

Many rooms you and I have slept in...

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125 of my comments have received 130 Great Feedback votes

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Loved this, tibi, and  your

Posted on Sun, 29 Mar 2015

Loved this, tibi, and  your  sssts.  So very onomatopoeic...

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I was thrown the first time I

Posted on Tue, 24 Mar 2015

I was thrown the first time I ever got on a horse.  I think the stable-girl gave me the wrong horse for a laugh, but it certainly wasn't funny.  Some months later, I tried again at a different stables, and got thrown again.  Needless to say, I...

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Posted in a hell of a ride

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Light and shade, a great

Posted on Fri, 20 Mar 2015

Light and shade, a great example of this here, PT.

Tina

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Posted in Pilgrimage

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So much said in so few words,

Posted on Sun, 22 Mar 2015

So much said in so few words, tibi.  An art in itself.

Tina

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You encapsulate the emotion

Posted on Sat, 14 Mar 2015

You encapsulate the emotion so very well here. Beautifully written.

Tina

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Hi again, Nathan....and I

Posted on Mon, 09 Mar 2015

Hi again, Nathan....and I indeed, echo Hilary's words.  

An excellent write, atmospheric, and evocative, with particularly effective use of imagery. I.e. the personification of morning.

Admired, very much...'metal bars scabbed with...

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Posted in "As the morning dawned"

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Hello there, Vera.  Pleased

Posted on Wed, 11 Mar 2015

Hello there, Vera.  Pleased you enjoyed reading this.. as much, it seems, as I enjoyed writing it.   The particular 'joyfulness of narcissus' had already been planted by the previous owner of my house, and they flower every year, just by my pond...

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Posted in The Myth of Narcissus

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Hi there, Bc...a lovely poem.

Posted on Sun, 01 Mar 2015

Hi there, Bc...a lovely poem.  

Maybe, third stanza, third line, think about saying either:-

'You watched me', or 'You looked at me'.

An evocative write, and the last three lines, magical...

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Posted in Nameless

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I think, if we are all being

Posted on Fri, 20 Feb 2015

I think, if we are all being honest, there is a darker side to most of us, and I found myself identifying with most of it .  Much food for thought, in this well written piece.

Tina

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Posted in Sorry Susan

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'For now we see, through a

Posted on Mon, 09 Feb 2015

'For now we see, through a glass darkly; but then face to face;; now I know in part; but then shall I know, even as also I am known'. (Corinthians 13:12) KJV.

You've cracked it again, Rob.

Tina

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Posted in What lay beyond the glass

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