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I have 1183 stories published in 6 collections on the site.
My stories have been read 2532449 times and 439 of my stories have been cherry picked.
2238 of my 18,089 comments have been voted Great Feedback with a total of 2318 votes

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Holly King

Wearing flush of crimson berries, with pride revels in respect of slowing down...this restoration our sacred earth. Does robin sing your praises...
Cherry

At Winter's Darkest Hour

Elemental deeds in Winter, see how luscious green slips away; behold! Sun sinking low, intense gleam weakened. Blown are the desires of summer, do...
Cherry

To A Brand New Day

Time to ponder on woman kind like garden's fresh raw beauty, blooming both inside and out. When wisdom of years shall feel the earth and rain quench...
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Edge Of Time That Influenced Mine - Nik Turner Tribute

Dear diary...during the summer of 1969 the year I left school, I had no idea a band was about to be formed that would change my life so completely...

Chinese Water Deer

Glancing around in silence, extreme weather at start of evening under strange winter sky; that's bruised in colours blackberry and gold, hiding...
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2238 of my comments have received 2318 Great Feedback votes

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Hi Jane,

Posted on Mon, 26 Feb 2024

Hi Jane,

you know I can really relate to your feelings about the Land Of Make Believe. Imagination gives writers the opporutnity to break free from the shackles that life throws at us. Your journey has been similar to mine, but from a...

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Posted in Land of Make Believe

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After browsing the collection

Posted on Mon, 26 Feb 2024

After browsing the collection of photos of your beautiful garden Turlough, I can well imagine the snake would have wonderful living accommodation with lots of exciting cover. I like the description in your poem of how all of nature...including...

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Posted in Ophidian at Four O’Clock

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I love the wild rugged

Posted on Thu, 22 Feb 2024

I love the wild rugged descriptions Rhiannon. Such an invigorating read.

Jenny.

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Posted in Titterstone Clee (533m)16/02/24

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It seems like Johnny Ten Levs

Posted on Fri, 23 Feb 2024

It seems like Johnny Ten Levs lives for the moment and doesn't worry too much about tomorrow or what will happen in the future. I admire him for this.

Your writing always brings back my own memories. Back in the 70s there was a man who I...

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Posted in Johnny Ten Levs

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Hi Jane, like insert I can't

Posted on Fri, 23 Feb 2024

Hi Jane, like insert I can't wait to find out how Vanessa will explain to Annie about Spencer. Your wealth of imagination is immense and in the here and now. You're really doing well. Keep going.

Jenny.

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Posted in Parcel for you...part 20

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You took my breath away with

Posted on Wed, 21 Feb 2024

You took my breath away with this poem Dougie. Like poets of old you capture the ambience of another era. Very much enjoyed reading.

Jenny.. 

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Posted in The Long Call

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Hi Jacques,

Posted on Wed, 02 Jan 2019

Hi Jacques,

Isn't it great when we have these unexpected moments of pleasure? So magical.

Thank you for your kind thoughts.

Jenny. 

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Posted in Two Little Treasures

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Hi Memphis,

Posted on Wed, 21 Feb 2024

Hi Memphis,

I was so captivated by this poem, Just had to leave a comment. The message is clear and passionate representing the path of our beautiful Mother Earth. I respect your words, they speak to me. Having known a Sioux Chief and...

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Posted in CRY OF THE EARTH

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This is so well written Jane.

Posted on Mon, 19 Feb 2024

This is so well written Jane. Having never spoken to people on line, I have no idea of what it's like. But I'm glad Vanessa gave those two men a piece of her mind. For once I actually came to appreciate Spencer...but I still detest too much...

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Posted in Parcel for you...Part 19

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HI Turlough, 

Posted on Thu, 15 Feb 2024

HI Turlough, 

your poem reminded me of the first job I had in Clare Street just off Baldwin Street Bristol in 1970. I was in the vicinity of a beer making factory and had to work with the smell of hops brewing all day. It had a distinct...

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Posted in Cheese and Onion Tuesday

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