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I have 1078 stories published in 5 collections on the site.
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Dwellers of the New World Chapter Seventeen ( Pt 8 ) Pause For Thought

Dawson squeezed into the little boat and nestled himself down next to Varden looking sheepish and grinning, but feeling cold and wet, as his...

Dwellers of the New World Chapter Seventeen ( Pt 7 ) Time For Healing

Dawson could hear the echo of water dripping down the walls and a dampness as on a hot, sticky day in Summer, though it felt homely and not at all...

Dwellers of the New World Chapter Seventeen ( Pt 6 ) Master Plan

The silence within the cave felt so unusual after being surrounded by so many, Varden wondered how Si didn't get lonely, but supposed it was that he...
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Dwellers of the New World Chapter Seventeen ( Pt 5 ) Continued...

Morning was almost coming to an end by the time the others were ready to set off, but still the fog hadn't lifted, which would probably make the...
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Dwellers of the New World Chapter Seventeen ( Pt 5 ) Old Friends

Brigs refused to look after the children, saying he had too much to do and would leave it in the capable hands of his crew. “I don't mind looking...

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1287 of my comments have received 1345 Great Feedback votes

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Very creative Rhiannon and a

Posted on Tue, 22 Dec 2015

Very creative Rhiannon and a beautiful design.

Merry Christmas and a Peaceful New Year to you.

Jenny.

 

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Posted in Lost in the Star (Poetry Monthly)

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I love the idea of weaving a

Posted on Sat, 19 Dec 2015

I love the idea of weaving a tapestry of magnificent potentiality, inspired by the idea of known harmony and tune. You show determination to achieve your goals in this poem. Nicely done.

Jenny.

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Posted in Tune

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I just love your sense of

Posted on Sat, 19 Dec 2015

I just love your sense of humour. Great read.

Jenny.

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Posted in AlterNativity - Part 4 - Get Away! In A Manger

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Hi Rhiannon,

Posted on Fri, 18 Dec 2015

Hi Rhiannon,

I love the rhythm and rhyme in this poem, with its picturesque view of the river and the twigs being carried by the rush of water.

I could see the birds in their splendour, while the wind shook the pines. The sound of...

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Posted in … The Bright Day Interlude following

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Great poem Tina,

Posted on Thu, 17 Dec 2015

Great poem Tina,

you clearly worked hard on this one.

Jenny. smiley

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Posted in No Fairy Tale

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This is brilliant and made me

Posted on Wed, 16 Dec 2015

This is brilliant and made me laugh with not only the accent, but the story line too.

Thanks for sharing this seasonal comedy. ...

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Posted in AlterNativity - Part 3 - A Room At The Inn

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You summed the weather up

Posted on Wed, 16 Dec 2015

You summed the weather up perfectly once again Rhiannon. I must admit to enjoying this weather you describe, even for walking in, just find it cheers me up...you probably think I'm a bit strange saying that...ha...ha! ...

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Posted in A Bleak Interlude

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Hi Rhiannon,

Posted on Mon, 14 Dec 2015

Hi Rhiannon,

you've summed up December perfectly. I think to have the seasons written in such beautiful poetry, you can look back and remember the year and keep it as a record.

I do so enjoy your natural nature poems.

Jenny...

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Posted in December

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I like the descriptions in

Posted on Thu, 03 Dec 2015

I like the descriptions in this piece, the warmth of the cafe, the dark rain, the umbrella holding up its arms in dispair as the wind blows. I could picture the scene, as you brought it to life.

Jenny.

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Posted in An evening in Amsterdam

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A beautifully mastered look

Posted on Sun, 22 Nov 2015

A beautifully mastered look at the how children perceive colour, almost like a rainbow.

Jenny.

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Posted in 'Shadows To The Child'

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