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I have 1071 stories published in 5 collections on the site.
My stories have been read 1510329 times and 326 of my stories have been cherry picked.
1189 of my 15,323 comments have been voted Great Feedback with a total of 1238 votes

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Curious Ambiance

A poem about impressions that live on. Chasing pleasures, those worthwhile moments billowing resonance...some melodiously soothing worries away, a...
Cherry

Love Letters From The Past S.W.A.L.K.

Words stand alone...some framed in brackets, billions of islands only connected by dashes and hyphens that bridge gap between right way and wrong;...
Cherry

It's A Wonderful Life

In times past digging was easy as sweeping winds wandering swiftly, now energy's eclipsed by clouds of growing old, no more chasing eager early...
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Cherry

Fleeting Observations Of A Poet

A poem about my thoughts on one of my favourite poets Dylan Thomas. This is probably not a true picture, but reading his work inspired me to write my...
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Foxy Till Dawn

A poem about myself not being able to sleep, watching Vixen with her three pups at 3am in neighbouring garden, from my bedroom window. The brazen...
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1189 of my comments have received 1238 Great Feedback votes

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Much more afraid of the

Posted on Sun, 03 Nov 2019

Much more afraid of the living -

the dead have never frightened me.

And there are other silences of the heart

and grasps of ivies that in concealments

to break free from internal deaths and memorials,

those we...

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Posted in Graveyards

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I found your comment

Posted on Wed, 16 Oct 2019

I found your comment extremely important Jean. It's such a special feeling to know that these words touched you and being able to relate. I do hope you get to spend many happy moments with your grandson, he sounds like a special boy indeed....

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Posted in Rebirth

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What an amazing scene and

Posted on Wed, 16 Oct 2019

What an amazing scene and some lovely descriptions. The poem as a whole was full of exhilaration which I very much enjoyed reading.

Jenny.

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Posted in The Long Mynd, Shropshire (12/10/19)

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I just love that first stanza

Posted on Tue, 08 Oct 2019

I just love that first stanza and the comfort of making and eating homemade soup. Did you know that potatoes in soup are brilliant for the immune system? 

Anyway I found this poem very tasty.

Jenny.

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Posted in This October Brings Endings

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Great fun poem for the I P

Posted on Mon, 16 Sep 2019

Great fun poem for the I P Rhiannon. I'm sure a lot of very young children would love to hear this read to them.

Put a smile on my face. ...

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Posted in If I were …

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A great poem of awareness of

Posted on Sat, 07 Sep 2019

A great poem of awareness of what's going on around you. I like how you give it a certain rhythm too, could hear it being read aloud.

Jenny.

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Posted in Riverine reflection

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Hi onemorething,

Posted on Wed, 31 Jul 2019

Hi onemorething,

can't believe I missed this beauty of a poem. As you say the migration of these butterflies has left me stunned at just how many I've seen in our garden. Just walking down the path they seem to be all around, though I have...

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Posted in Painted Ladies

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Oh! My goodness Rhiannon,

Posted on Tue, 07 May 2019

Oh! My goodness Rhiannon, this is absolutely beautiful and gives all the senses a treat. Just love those photos too.

Jenny.

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Posted in Arrival – Evening Wander

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Hi Penny,

Posted on Fri, 03 May 2019

Hi Penny,

I could visulize the scene like I was watching it happen, always a sign of an excellent writer. The bitter cold came across so well too.

Jenny.

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Posted in 1944 (12miles south of Spa Belgium)

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Hi Penny,

Posted on Tue, 30 Apr 2019

Hi Penny,

you make such a valid point in your poem and bring my own memories back. My mum used to make melt in the mouth swiss cakes and never used a recipe book, so now I can only enjoy the memory because there's no recipe to follow and I...

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Posted in Toss in a pinch of love

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