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I have 1184 stories published in 6 collections on the site.
My stories have been read 2548619 times and 441 of my stories have been cherry picked.
2242 of my 18,115 comments have been voted Great Feedback with a total of 2322 votes

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Silver Jubilee Lake

23 rd May 2023 Dear diary. Sauntering down to local lake at Silver Jubilee park, along nature's trail between coveted canopy; pollen particles sail...
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Nature's Wonders

As dawn breaks through shifting sunlight; clouds slowly drift above pathway to yawning woods, where gentle nature calms the soul illuminating beauty...
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Miracle Of Spring On Gossamer Wings

I have no doubt of this understandable temple of cocoon cared for in nature's swaddle, still clutching the silence of solitude it's endured, conserve...
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Joy Of Connecting To The Land

Leaning on rake I stand motionless, mind adrift on thoughts of meadow grass and flowers; observing half hidden robin unclasp writhing worm among...

Sowing The Seeds Of Love

On Earth Day 22 nd April 2023. Wish earth's anguish would diminish, let nature be a welcome guest at celebration for World Peace. We would be...
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2242 of my comments have received 2322 Great Feedback votes

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You're so right about music

Posted on Tue, 29 Jan 2019

You're so right about music taking you back Jane, I experience so many memories with music and scents too.

I remember being at a house party back in the early 70s and feeling very depressed because everyone was with a partner except me....

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Posted in Brooksy

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Hi Jane,

Posted on Fri, 11 Jan 2019

Hi Jane,

i cannot believe I missed this masterpiece.

Those lines:- 

In searching we cast aside gems, dulled by the swell of life,

we're blind to their shine.

Made me think of just how many poems I might of...

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Posted in Somebody Sang and I saw the Colour Blue

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Hello Harry,

Posted on Sun, 07 Oct 2018

Hello Harry,

you know I've come into contact with people like this, not only in a working enviroment, but also during a time when I was in a womens refuge. I feel lucky that I've always had the confidence to either steer clear of these...

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Posted in Narcissists

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I enjoyed reading this

Posted on Mon, 30 Jul 2018

I enjoyed reading this Richard, it reminded me of when myself and my partner took on our first allotment. There was so much digging to do, but we dug and sowed the packets of seeds. The first year was a disaster because we didn't know what we...

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Posted in TOO EARLY, TOO LATE, HELP

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How about Bowser for a posh

Posted on Sat, 24 Jun 2017

How about Bowser for a posh name for a dog.

The story is written so well, I felt like I was watching a tv series.

Still enjoying.

Jenny.

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Posted in Boatman's dream 29

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A pensive poem of awareness

Posted on Fri, 28 Oct 2016

A pensive poem of awareness that asks the questions: Who am I? Why do I exist?

Hope I've got the meaning right, it was just the way I percieved it.

Loved the lines:

Walked naively through the

gossamer thread

...

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Posted in Fear of existence

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Wow!  Is one of the words I

Posted on Sun, 27 Jul 2014

Wow!  Is one of the words I would use to describe what I've just read.

An entoxicating,  powerful piece,  that developed and grew stronger as I read.

Great work...and I really mean that.

Jenny.

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Posted in Everything pulls softly and silently apart

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Hi Tina,

Posted on Thu, 05 Jun 2014

Hi Tina,

I think we all new a Miss Jones when we were at school.  We had a teacher called Miss Evans,  she was a spinster and always wore glasses hung from a chain,  they would sit on the end of her nose and she would look down when...

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Posted in The Naming of Plants

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A poingnant poem in the

Posted on Wed, 16 Apr 2014

A poingnant poem in the beginning...but hope at the end of the tunnel.

I thought you delivered a great read,  that shows its possible to get through most things;  if you just hold out for another day.

Jenny.

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Posted in Trauma

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Hi Jane,

Posted on Wed, 17 Apr 2024

Hi Jane,

I've read this poem quite a few times now, feeling it's telling of someone or something secretly buried that's long forgotton about, but I'm not sure what. I hope you don't think I'm being naive, but I would love to know the story...

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Posted in In This Garden

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