Yutka

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I have 292 stories published in 2 collections on the site.
My stories have been read 253264 times and 86 of my stories have been cherry picked.
8 of my 226 comments have been voted Great Feedback with a total of 8 votes

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Yellow dull winter days

They have come fast, yellow dull winter days, short on the tablecloths of snow, stain suddenly the copper-coloured earth. Few rusty shingle roofs...

circles

Another year a ring grown by a tree who silently without forboding circles with earth creatures too do not feel circling circled by years strong-...
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Cherry

the seagull

It was only part white; the seagull that swooped down on us nearly brushing us with its wings, but in my head I saw this ghost of a bird, shadowless...
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Enslaved

“No one is more a slave than he who thinks himself free of being one”J.W.von Goethe Count us over and over, cut us into so many shapes at any time,...

We stand at a loss

Loosened in winds, how returns are always in vain ... Something rescinds, as if by a leaving train we stand at a loss. Nothing leads back across our...

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8 of my comments have received 8 Great Feedback votes

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Stuck? Living in today is the

Posted on Sun, 27 Jan 2013

Stuck? Living in today is the only thing beneficial to us....still like your poem, it speaks some truths...

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Posted in Changes

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thank you for this truly

Posted on Wed, 30 Sep 2020

thank you for this truly outstanding poem, with its many different piuctures to illuminate thought, I very  much enjoyed it

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Posted in Deus Ex Machina

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a ray of hope for our

Posted on Tue, 21 Jul 2020

a ray of hope for our deprived earth, dandelions, lions in the plantlife, full of vigour, perseverance and with "lion's teeth", therefore the name, a reference to the tooth-like serrations on their leaves...they will still be there after we are...

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Posted in remembering dandelions (again)

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The story becomes touchingly

Posted on Thu, 04 Apr 2019

The story becomes touchingly alive in your poem. I lived with you, her, through the various stages and felt deep emotion reading about pain, sorrow and lastly forgiveness and coming to terms with life.

love to you from Yutka

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Posted in The mask melting at 98

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As I love Paris I enjoyed every bit of your brilliantly told sto

Posted on Wed, 20 Feb 2019

As I love Paris I enjoyed every bit of your brilliantly told story, you brought Paris alive in detailed and vivid descriptions and enticed with the emotional dimensions of a relationship. I especially loved the  ending which pointed towards life’...

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Posted in La Femme d'argent

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Thank you, you just got what

Posted on Mon, 12 Nov 2018

Thank you, you just got what I meant....not many will do...I just bought vol 2 of her letters published this year, 1025 pages...and read them all.

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Posted in Weeping Willow

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It is an art

Posted on Sat, 08 Aug 2015

It is an art to make rubbish look exquisite and beautiful! You certainly have mastered it.

yutka :)

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Posted in Dummy (Poetry monthly)