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I have 1017 stories published in 5 collections on the site.
My stories have been read 1136063 times and 275 of my stories have been cherry picked.
793 of my 14,073 comments have been voted Great Feedback with a total of 823 votes

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Memories Of You I Keep

In memory of Seta, Honey and Misty, my three late cats who gave me so much pleasure during the 1990s. End of day became feline precious eyes gleaming...

Aware Of Letting Go

Try to imagine sinking into a warm bath, full of rose petals and fragrant oils, that take you to another place. This thought inspired my poem. Voices...

Equilibrium Of Brushstrokes

An artist paints in visions...to some eyes fleeting like leaves on a breeze, art work also portrays flesh out of positive energy, compelled by...
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Shadows Of The Past

Shadows creep where deep and lonely nights are housed, only wind breathes through cracks searching inky darkness, every creak expands imagination...

Behold The Faerie Realm Part Five

Part Five Back at the cottage Rowana after some deliberation opened her eyes following a labyrinth of chaotic dreams. Maneuvering her legs from the...

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793 of my comments have received 823 Great Feedback votes

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Ah! You've written a poem

Posted on Tue, 10 Nov 2020

Ah! You've written a poem about the beloved oak tree, there's no tree that can top the oak as far as I'm concerned. I even named our house Oakly Villa.

They are truely ancient, mythical and inspiring. Definitely a caring tree at heart....

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I can only feel sadnes for

Posted on Fri, 30 Oct 2020

I can only feel sadnes for the elm. such beautiful trees, then to be afflicted with the disease. Growing up as a child we had woods at the bottom of our garden and two elm trees stood proudly right outside our back gate, till the dreaded dutch...

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How amazing you caught these

Posted on Wed, 12 Aug 2020

How amazing you caught these spectacular photos in such great detail too, Your poem shows exactly how excited you must have been to see such a spectacal, a momentous poem indeed.

Jenny.

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Posted in Film in the night sky

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Hi insert,

Posted on Fri, 07 Aug 2020

Hi insert,

like many other writers and readers out there, I don't know where I'd be without abc tales. For me it's been an addiction from the moment I joined in 2010 and has always felt like one big family that comes and goes over time. I...

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Posted in Needing Hugs

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What a loving thoughtful lady

Posted on Mon, 20 Jul 2020

What a loving thoughtful lady your mum was Penny.  Your poem shows that there is good in the world.

Jenny.

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Posted in "Anna's Blanket"

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This is gorgeous Penny. I too

Posted on Wed, 08 Jul 2020

This is gorgeous Penny. I too am a night person, though I do not have the distractions of the day like you do. It's just me and my partner in our old age, but the night time inspires, as I can see it does for you. Being able to let go and just be...

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Posted in Random thoughts...

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I don't think this is cheesy

Posted on Mon, 06 Jul 2020

I don't think this is cheesy at all. I went for a walk up on the ridge way and can completely understand how inspired you would be, it really shows in this beautiful poem. The gentle movement comes across of being part of the peace of nature,...

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Posted in Wind in Trees by Water

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Hi Rachel,

Posted on Sat, 27 Jun 2020

Hi Rachel,

I found this stanza so inspiring just had to write it down:-

A Kingfisher will not bring you luck

in a feather or avert the threat

of stormy weather; when you have eaten

sunsets, you must wear the sky...

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Your story reminded me of my

Posted on Sun, 17 May 2020

Your story reminded me of my own dad who died of cancer, he too was a great book reader. The bit about shaving your dad, I've been there too, it's so strange to think we never really know a parent until we reach that age we remember them at. ...

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I agree with Di, you've

Posted on Fri, 01 May 2020

I agree with Di, you've captured that feeling of taking the time to think and care about others around. It's a much more caring and polite world we're living in at the moment. Like you say strangers are stopping to smile. There doesn't seem to be...

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Posted in Friendly Separation

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