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I have 1124 stories published in 5 collections on the site.
My stories have been read 1959579 times and 377 of my stories have been cherry picked.
1685 of my 16,627 comments have been voted Great Feedback with a total of 1761 votes

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Seeking the Spirit

Morning sky washes over us, filling our souls with euphoria, raising arms we seek inner peace, mountains at our backs, sea at our feet,
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Dwellers of the New World Chapter Nine ( Pt 3 ) Danger Lurks!

Cinnamon worked hard that very same day. Cook had asked the two girls to work late, as there was much to do, with the weather turning.

Dwellers of the New World Chapter Nine ( Pt 2 ) Time To Leave

When Lena finished speaking, Jay glanced at his brother-in-law, trying to get his attention without much luck,

Dwellers of the New World Chapter Nine ( Pt 1 ) Family Friends

Ben and Jay had left Varden that very same morning, going in search of Evelyne and Nathen.

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1685 of my comments have received 1761 Great Feedback votes

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Your words as glorious as a

Posted on Fri, 22 Apr 2016

Your words as glorious as a Summer's day Tina.

A tribute to the beautiful Bee.

Jenny.

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Posted in Where the Bee Sucks

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Thank you for putting this

Posted on Tue, 19 Apr 2016

Thank you for putting this incredibly honest piece of writing on here Tina, it's certainly an eye opener which I wasn't totally aware of, not that I didn't know about Parkinson's, but not how extreme it could become.

The DBS Treatment ...

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Posted in Exactly What is Parkinson's, Anyway?

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Hi Tina,

Posted on Thu, 14 Apr 2016

Hi Tina,

I like how you draw attention to the old man's feelings of his childhood and then his acceptance of old age, but that childhood is something to be treasured and should be lived to the full. Young people certainly can put a smile...

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Posted in Girl with Yellow Wings (Poetry Monthly)

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It sounded to me like a

Posted on Sun, 10 Apr 2016

It sounded to me like a message from an angel, that was reminding you that there was more to having sex than just lust.

An interesting dream indeed.

Jenny.

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Posted in A Dream in Puberty

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A great tribute to this tiny

Posted on Wed, 06 Apr 2016

A great tribute to this tiny bird Rhiannon. I especially loved that last stanza and had a picture of them all cuddling up together. Congrats on the well deserved cherries.

Jenny.

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Posted in Stumpy Toddy (Wren)

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Tina,

Posted on Thu, 07 Apr 2016

Tina,

this is so beautiful and moving. To have found that special place to unwind and be creative, having memories of a past that stays with you forever is priceless.

May you continue to share those memories with us the reader....

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Posted in Not Quite Fern Hill (Poetry Monthly)

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Such an exciting start to a

Posted on Sun, 03 Apr 2016

Such an exciting start to a story I hope you continue on with. Just love where your imagination takes you.

Jenny.

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Posted in Ancient tales be told....old ring of gold...

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Very much enjoyed reading

Posted on Fri, 01 Apr 2016

Very much enjoyed reading Tina, you gave this poem that Silver Spun Sand magic touch.

Jenny.

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Posted in Chasing Stars

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Oh! Tina,

Posted on Mon, 14 Mar 2016

Oh! Tina,

your words were so moving for me, they could have been spoken by my dad. He was grateful to the hospice for their help, but he was at a point where there was absolutely nothing to live for and the pain was so bad, he couldn't...

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Posted in A Passing Thought (Poetry Monthly)

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Hi Terry,

Posted on Fri, 26 Feb 2016

Hi Terry,

I can't begin to tell you how much I enjoyed reading this beautiful story, told in such a poetic way.

I admire the clarity of your words that conjured up pictures to the sequence of evens between each stanza.

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Posted in The Stone

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