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I like the inner monologue

Posted on Tue, 28 Jun 2016

I like the inner monologue here, sounds a gorgeous place,there are lots of exclamation marks which lose their impact by the finish, perhaps you could scale back on them a little.Just a thought.

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Posted in Torremolinos 2

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Sharp description takes you

Posted on Mon, 27 Jun 2016

Sharp description takes you down with it.Gritty derelict brooding.

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Posted in Berrylands

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A bold move to blog and I

Posted on Sat, 25 Jun 2016

A bold move to blog and I hope it helps many. You have nailed that emotional complexity with clarity and confidence,the cyclical nature of DV being so poorly misunderstood by outsiders and that makes your theoretical introduction to it a more...

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Posted in The First Step

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This made me long for things

Posted on Thu, 16 Jun 2016

This made me long for things in my past, such a stunningly conveyed snatch of lost things just out of reach and an injection of the now always moving us on and out of ourselves. Hypnotic. Lovely to read you again, fb.

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Posted in Gloaming

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Is line 7 'into a lifetime of

Posted on Sun, 05 Jun 2016

Is line 7 'into a lifetime of'? This is fat with decay and an undercurrent of something incestuous in surprising contrast with the bell bellied subject. Familiar with the painting which I think makes your piece far more resonant for me. It's a...

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Posted in Hope I (Gustav Klimt 1903)

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Defence mechanisms, props and

Posted on Mon, 30 May 2016

Defence mechanisms, props and emotional guards. A weighty moment captured so precisely. This is our Facebook and Twitter Pick of the Day.

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Posted in Cannibal

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It is such a powerful poem.

Posted on Mon, 30 May 2016

It is such a powerful poem. Pacey, gut-wrenching in its casualness and an overwhelming sense of unity and recognition 

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Posted in Cannibal

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A prophetic tale. Here and

Posted on Mon, 30 May 2016

A prophetic tale. Here and there, one or two words are missing.Needs a quick check through.

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Posted in Regressed

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Lots of good stuff here, his

Posted on Sun, 08 May 2016

Lots of good stuff here, his self indulgent loss is comical. In places, the language changes from accessible to more wordy and vague, the shifts disrupt the read. Perhap stick with one style or the other.

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Posted in Tara

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This is stunning. The

Posted on Wed, 27 Apr 2016

This is stunning. The geographical location pinned down so well, the links with literature, it's like being taken on a visual, rich journey. That's why it's our Facebook and Twitter Pick of the Day and also our Story of the Week.

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Posted in Wild Venice

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