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Full Name: Suzie Grogan
Timezone: Europe/London
Website: http://www.suziegrogan.co.uk
Biography: I am a London-born writer, researcher and editor, published on the subjects of health (focusing on mental health), women's issues and social history. I am currently working on three commissions for Pen and Sword Books and the first, Shell Shocked Britain: The First World War's legacy for Britain's mental health is published in October 2014. In my spare time I dabble in fiction and have published three ghost stories. Married with two children - one a philosopher, one a high jumper - I live in Somerset but have my heart in the Lake District and London. My long-standing passion for poetry, especially John Keats, has led to the wicked rumour that there are three people in my marriage....

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          Out of the night that covers me,       Black as the pit from pole to pole, I thank whatever gods may be       For my unconquerable soul.  ...
Weaving and swirling, casting a hand of stealth healing. High they fly, low they crawl. Magical. Merciful. Gracious and humane, forever genuine. They...
A friend recently reminded me of the power in kindness when she asked, what makes an urban area kind? My first thought was, how can an object or mass...

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Rosy Cole Invictus
30 August 2020
Loving Shepherd of Thy sheep, Keep Thy lamb, in safety keep; Nothing can Thy power withstand, None c...
Monika Schott PhD Invictus
26 August 2020
Beautiful ?
Monika Schott PhD The three Cs
26 August 2020
True, Rosy. Kindness can change anything; it can soften a heart, arouse a smile, and much more. ?
Rosy Cole The three Cs
24 August 2020
True kindness has the power to change circumstances, whether given or received. Kindness makes the w...
Nicholas Mackey A life in trees
08 August 2020
Thank you, Rosy for reading and commenting.