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    Velo can not only moderate, he can write as well!

    This week Flashes features a story by Velo's, one of the winners in the Annual fiction competition.

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    I am a clay potato in a strawberry field
    -Darren White, from "Clumsy"

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    Nice story line Rob, well told and nicely paced :}
    God hates a coward Revelation 21:8

    “Good writin' ain't necessarily good readin'.”

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    To encourage and facilitate "me"

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    Congratulations!!! A multi-talented guy, for sure! Loved the story, velo.


    Are you also a poultry guy? I have about 10 chickens and really enjoy keeping them, I only eat the eggs, can't bring myself to eat any chickens so they die of old age unless they get snatched by a hawk. I tell myself that they pass on 'chicken-wisdom' to the younger chicks. Lol!
    There is no life I know
    To compare with pure imagination.
    Living there you’ll be free
    If you truly wish to be.~ Willy Wonka

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    well done Velo - love the pet human!
    grasp the mettle of things unsaid
    and strike the nail upon the head

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    Thanks, all.

    The wife talked about keeping some chikkinzez for eggs. It's almost like she hasn't met me because soon after and true to form I decided to completely over-engineer a coop in my back yard.


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    "When a child is abused, he or she will often internalise that abuse as deserved. It is a cruel reality that a child needs the parent so much, is evolutionarily programmed to trust them so implicitly, that when a parent is abusive the child will take the blame rather than completely upend their world and blame the person they depend on for survival." -velo

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