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Recent Comments for Lonely

Loving a bionic child
Intriguing futuristic story of a family with a bionic child. Looks like they are headed for a stoush with the manufacturers...meantime no-one knows how the child will develop. I look forward to more!
9th Oct 2014 11:07am
Lovely
I think this is my favourite so far of your stories. Nice work.
23rd Jan 2014 5:37pm
courage rising from the underbelly
Karen's versatility shines through in this story about the underbelly of society and the courage shown in getting back your life despite the bad hand you were dealt with in the beginning.
19th Jan 2014 8:37am
#10759 Crossroads
Thanks again.
I'm drawn back to this writing and the power of the words. It exposes our weakness so well and shows our kinship as children of I AM.
18th Jan 2014 9:08pm
#10724 Crossroads
Crossroads
Your Crossroads stayed with me and I came back to reread and relive the dilemma. I'm grateful that you shared. Remember that he slept during the storm. Karen
12th Dec 2013 4:11pm
Sorry to disappoint
Sorry to disappoint, Janice Connors. I'm afraid I've never been to Australia although it's always been on my bucket list. You are correct in that it is intentionally understated as in the calm before the storm. Karen MacEanruig
9th Dec 2013 12:40am
Home for Christmas
I found this story just like any other Drama movie ,not too impressed..Maybe if it was more about Australian type of Christmas.
8th Dec 2013 10:56pm
#10713 Crossroads
Thanks
Thanks for reading - I have no idea what this is exactly. I think of it a bit like a Psalm, its not really a poem *shrugs* I dont know. It was just an expression from my soul when I was battling with a choice oneday.<br>
8th Dec 2013 9:34am

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