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I have 27 stories published in 0 collections on the site.
My stories have been read 21982 times and 25 of my stories have been cherry picked.
22 of my 421 comments have been voted Great Feedback with a total of 23 votes

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'...little tales of love, loss and regrets...'

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Triptych

three soiled and torn mattresses crumpled against a wall a triptych of bedsit DNA awaiting incineration ethnic cleansing the stains of humanity a...
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District Line ( London competition)

doors closing… dead eyed they hang from leather loops ears plastic wrapped to numbing music cloth wrapped meat destined for abattoirs of chrome and...
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Touring with Harry ( London Competition)

Harry just loves the city of London. Most days and nights he can be found driving his open topper past all the world famous landmarks that London has...

Blue tarpaulin

As Mike awaits the return telephone call he swivels and tilts his chair back to study the gathering storm clouds through a dirt smeared window.....
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Jingle Bells...Jingle Bells...!! ( IP)

‘…better now or never Rudo…bring them all in and let’s get on with it…! Hi guys bad news I’m afraid, there’s no easy way to say this but…! As from...

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22 of my comments have received 23 Great Feedback votes

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Next time I'm walking in the

Posted on Sun, 03 May 2015

Delightful.

Next time I'm walking in the hills and pause to drink from a stream, I shall think of this poem and save a few drops to sip later

 

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Posted in Where wild water flows

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A nice snapshot of nature

Posted on Fri, 27 Mar 2015

A nice snapshot of nature here sand lady.

"...tattooed by the sun..."    I liked this line, a lovely sweet image
 

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Posted in Spotted at Dawn

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I really enjoyed reading this

Posted on Sat, 28 Mar 2015

I really enjoyed reading this  window tale, all the little snippets of estate living.

I only hope he doesn't clean the window you have as a picture, beautiful colours that don't need rinsing off.  

ps Reminds of an Edward Hopper...

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Posted in Peep Show

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I enjoyed this.

Posted on Mon, 23 Feb 2015

I enjoyed this.

Reminds  me that I need to revist my roots soon.

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Posted in The Tour Guide

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I think we should smile at

Posted on Sun, 01 Mar 2015

I think we should smile at strangers.

Offer a hug, you never know what may happen

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Posted in I don't want to be bad...

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 A sad way  tale in many ways

Posted on Tue, 03 Mar 2015

 A sad way  tale in many ways, but a slice of life never the less.

"... escaped to another hell, to Butlins,.."       I'm reminded here of a young girl who left her child behind in a shitty bedsit for a week end...

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Posted in Eight Weeks

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   "...silence saying it all,

Posted on Tue, 28 Oct 2014

   "...silence saying it all, when we ask, Why?..."

Why indeed.  How I detest war

ps  protocol stops me from writing expletives on here

Regards and take care

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Posted in The Power and the Glory

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This sadly reminds me of the

Posted on Wed, 29 Oct 2014

This sadly reminds me of the WW1 trenches when gas was used as a weapon.

Indiscriminate in its use as the wind follows no borders.

Regards.

ps   Nice to dip back and  read  your " Camera Obscura, Lacework tales etc

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Posted in Gas

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A  nice visual treat to read

Posted on Thu, 11 Sep 2014

A  nice visual treat to read I thought.

Not far from where I live an old  rusting gasometer has recenty been dismantled to make way for housing.

Sad in some ways,  it was a local landmark, and as  all you had to say to lost tourists...

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Posted in Saltley Gas Works (Necropolis)

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I liked this one and your

Posted on Mon, 01 Sep 2014

I liked this one and your exchange of LDV history  plus an insight into other lost buildings with Rhiannonw.

ps. As  your son  is interested  in photography, perhaps he make like to visit the website of the artist Arthur Lockwood. He spent...

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Posted in LDV: Washwood Heath (Necropolis)

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