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I have 1096 stories published in 5 collections on the site.
My stories have been read 1731439 times and 348 of my stories have been cherry picked.
1394 of my 15,887 comments have been voted Great Feedback with a total of 1459 votes

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Open Windows Of My Soul

Windows to my soul are like an open book, where tears of emotions disperse from eyes like rain from sky; drops run down pane; and my cheeks unveil...
Cherry

Maple Tree Den

A poem about our Maple Tree that overhangs our garden den. Another photo I took. Once naked in winter, sleepy growth is revving up now spring is here...
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Cherry

Trail Of Thought

A poem written to the sounds of Jazz, and inspired by the Bohemian and Beat Generation. Afternoon Lounge Jazz - Relaxing Jazz Music for Work &...
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Fly Like An Eagle

Another Meditation: I'm aware in realm of dreams anything's possible: now deep lucid connections with sky take imagination where breathing space is...
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Imagine Focusing

Sitting in garden with eyes shut tight, breathing deeply while enjoying meditating on a beautiful scene. Tall mountains stand naked; but for the...
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1394 of my comments have received 1459 Great Feedback votes

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I'm in absolute agreement

Posted on Thu, 07 Apr 2022

I'm in absolute agreement with you. I did buy my first phone some months ago, but only to take photos, I got so fed up of it just lying around, never being used, that in the end I gave it to my son who I knew would make more use of it than me....

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Posted in I Don't Need No Stinken Cell Phone

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a wonderful sense of calm in

Posted on Mon, 28 Mar 2022

a wonderful sense of calm in this piece Rhiannon, like the end to a perfect day has been achieved and you've just sat down to write about it.

I love the photos too, they fill the heart with gladness...as does your poem.

Jenny.

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Posted in Sheep, flowers and sunlight

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Hear! Hear! Rhiannon. These

Posted on Fri, 25 Mar 2022

Hear! Hear! Rhiannon. These words are so important. We all need that special someone we can depend on, and know they can depend on us too.

It brings to mind when our fence blew down, instead of getting in someone professional, me and my...

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Posted in Reliable Friends

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Very much enjoyed reading

Posted on Fri, 04 Mar 2022

Very much enjoyed reading Jane. It's amazing where new ideas for stories come from, but you seem to have the knack for creating situations, and this was marvellous, could actually see it being played out on the tv screen, but have to settle for...

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Posted in Parables of Clippety (15) - The Overworld

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The view you've created with

Posted on Wed, 16 Feb 2022

The view you've created with words is spectacular. I just love castles and the one in your photo shows so much of the antiquity of the past, a period of impressions I find so appealing, with a backdrop of a distant neighbouring town and far...

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Posted in Wonderful Ludlow View

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Wandering through your poem,

Posted on Sun, 06 Feb 2022

Wandering through your poem, you touched my senses, I felt like I was experiencing an adventure, especially in those lines:-

then luminous silence tips, full

of stipply falling feathered ice

as swiftly stops, and in the lull...

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Posted in February Rainbow

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What an amazing journey

Posted on Wed, 02 Feb 2022

What an amazing journey Turlough. I can never get over how much adventure you've experienced in your life. To have shown those children so much kindness, gives me faith that there are good people in the world.

The language barrier never...

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Posted in Elisabeth and the Bonbon Girls

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Hi Turlough,

Posted on Tue, 04 Jan 2022

This works so well on both lyrical and poetic levels. What a lovely story behind this poem. I so admire your love for these cats, you and Priyatelka are perfect examples of caring and loving people.

Very much enjoyed reading and thank you...

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Posted in Priyatelka, Turlough and the House of Cats

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Hi Penny,

Posted on Mon, 03 Jan 2022

I like the fact that although Dillon could be the suspect, you are still keeping the suspense going as this mystery progresses. As always Willow comes across as a very wise cat.

Still very much enjoying.

Jenny.

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Posted in "Willow's Tail" 23

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This was so creepy, I thank

Posted on Sun, 02 Jan 2022

This was so creepy, I thank goodness that I don't ever get involved with anything but ABC Tales. I have been stupid in the past and been hit with some scams, but you live and learn. This story was something else, a lot more scary.

Hope you...

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Posted in Five Other People Are Looking At This Item

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