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Terry Craddock
Terry Craddock Westport / New Zealand, Male, 60
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Teacher
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BA English Literature & Classics Diploma Teaching
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  • POEM: Siren by Annette Aitken (11/18/2018 5:42:00 AM)

    I love especially the first 6 lines, evoking a sensual mystic appeal, in my mind I added 'In the current lure at the river's edge' the setting is the magic transition between day and night, the contrast from rippling sunlight on the water to the magic of full moonlight or shades of moonlight in the night. Sirens, some nature settings, always have the potential to swallow romantics whole in the dancing moonlight shadows of the night.

  • POEM: Slipping Mask... by Annette Aitken (11/18/2018 5:34:00 AM)

    I love the first 6 lines, evoking a sensual mystic appeal, in my mind I added 'In the current lure at the river's edge' the setting is the magic transition between day and night, the contrast from rippling sunlight on the water to the magic of full moonlight or shades of moonlight in the night. Sirens, some nature settings, always have the potential to swallow romantics whole in the dancing moonlight shadows of the night.

  • POEM: Mick-O-Leen Oge by Annette Aitken (11/18/2018 5:13:00 AM)

    It's fun Annette, with the right illustrations, this would be a fun children's book; fun is important to parents reading to their children and such tales, often appeal to the child in our minds with haunting echoes of childhood. regards Terry :)

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