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I have 1124 stories published in 5 collections on the site.
My stories have been read 1959573 times and 377 of my stories have been cherry picked.
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Dwellers of the New World Chapter Nine ( Pt 11 ) The Ocean Awaits

The going was rough, the moors held many crevices, one wrong move and the horses could pull the wagons over.

Dwellers of the New World Chapter Nine ( Pt 9 ) More Trouble Lies Ahead

As the women and children huddled together in the back of the wagons trying to keep warm, the men sat up front driving the horses on.

Love's Gone

Smoky blue eyes she wore that day, knowing it would blow me away,

Rainy Days

Whispers of time... echo along pavements, drawing those it touches,
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Hi Jean,

Posted on Mon, 10 Oct 2016

Hi Jean,

reading this about Toyo is such an eye opener as to how lucky we are. 

How terrible to be taken prisoner from your family to live in such awful conditons. Thank goodness for Chet, he must have been a light in the darkness...

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Posted in Chet and the Prisoners - 2

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This poem reminded me of why

Posted on Sat, 08 Oct 2016

This poem reminded me of why we should get on and do what needs doing, I try to live by this rule, but it's very hard when others don't, putting off until tomorrow is always too late.

Wise words Rhiannon.

Jenny.

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Posted in Mañana

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What can I say? Fantastic..

Posted on Sun, 02 Oct 2016

What can I say? Fantastic...amazing.  Everything about this poem is written perfectly and so wise and true. If I could I would give you a basket of cherries.

Thank you so much for caring and sharing this beauty.

From another angel...

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Posted in I Believe In Angels

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Some wonderful descriptions

Posted on Fri, 26 Aug 2016

Some wonderful descriptions of what you saw Rhiannon,

especially the white cloud bergs lie scattered above the sea-blue sky. Went so well with the photo.

Jenny.

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Posted in Shady Skenfrith

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What an interesting piece of

Posted on Sun, 24 Jul 2016

What an interesting piece of writing. I had no idea that Isaac Watts wrote hymns and I certainly didn't realise he wrote Joy To The World. You learn something new every day.

I've only been to Southampton once and found the people very...

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Posted in Isaac watts and a Hot Summer's afternoon in Southampton

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Very creepy story. Don't mess

Posted on Sun, 17 Jul 2016

Very creepy story. Don't mess with those spirits.

Jenny.

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Posted in The Attic

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Good bit of horror, explains

Posted on Mon, 18 Jul 2016

Good bit of horror, explains the reason why we should leave hauntings well alone, though I doubt if our curiosity will ever let us.

Jenny.

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Posted in Jake

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Capturing those memories in a

Posted on Sun, 17 Jul 2016

Capturing those memories in a poem is the best gift you can give a reader.

Very much enjoyed reading.

Jenny. 

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Posted in Endless Summer

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I so enjoyed reading your

Posted on Sun, 10 Jul 2016

I so enjoyed reading your story, being a lover of fairy stories and a child at heart.

Thank you so much for sharing, put a smile on my face....

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Posted in The Little Green Fairy

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Reading this bought a lump to

Posted on Sat, 11 Jun 2016

Reading this bought a lump to my throat. This must be the hardest time for you and yet you're managing to keep going. Bee sounds like my dad when he had cancer and I had to nurse him. He always kept his sense of humour and wouldn't hear of anyone...

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Posted in Dignified

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