Sunday, April 1, 2012

Mag 111

image: ParkeHarrison

42 comments:

  1. Happy April and Happy Writing, my friends!

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  2. What a considerate fellow! He takes his shoes off before climbing into the love-nest.

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  3. This is very timely... Love it...

    Blessed Sunday and great week ahead fellow bloggers!..

    JJRod'z

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  4. Good Morning! Happy Sunday, April 1st! When a month begins on a Sunday there will be a Friday the 13th. So we've got that going for us :)

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  5. That nesting feeling - different to so many! Get those fingers going, gang! This''ll be a good one....

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  6. Which came first , the chicken or the ocean ?

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  7. Hi Tess, this was a beautiful photo I thought. I did something quite specific to it--and, of course, a bit silly. But fun too, I hope. Thanks as always. K.

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  8. Yet another wonderful, whimsical pic!

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  9. I didn't write my FIRST thought...not going to show that side of me!!! LOL! Happy April everyone!

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  10. i got way up on the list today. saw it as a dragon's nest.

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  11. Always so interesting, and enticing!

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  12. Another great photograph to use for the prompt Tess. Thank you. Have a great Sunday all.

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  13. The date and the picture together suggested the obvious to me;now I feel a bit of a fool :)

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  14. I watch the birds in spring flying back and forth building their nests- lovely image for the first day in April

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  15. Kind of arrogant to deem one day of the year a day of fools.
    Do we really think we are wise the rest of the year?

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  16. nice..yes a great image for a poem i wrote in the last week but had not published...nice synchro...

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  17. This reminded me of a stork's nest. They are quite common in Catalonia. Always very high up on chimneys or towers and I even saw one on a telephone mast. Considering the size of the nest maybe it's no wonder children were told that storks bring babies! :)

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  18. As always a beautiful image! Once again I have every intention of reading as many of your beautiful poems as possible (and being on the mend I think I might actually get there this time). So lovely to see you all again!

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  19. Enjoy your Sunday! Thanks for posting another photo for our imaginations to create with.

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  20. A seasonal image and a fun one too. Thanks so much Tess. <3

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  21. I'm building my nest with flowers :)

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  22. I quickly wrote two really bad, sappy poems, one of which went directly into the computer's trash bin! Then it hit me: I've been itching ever since!

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  23. Now I feel like a bit of an April Fool!

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  25. An interesting image. Have a great week everybody!

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  26. Some great responses to this weeks Mag!

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  27. Interesting, a lot of fun. This prompt inspired a two-for-one!

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  28. This fellow certainly has some quirky images. Hope you like where I took this one!

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  29. Suitable for the week running up to Easter.

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  30. Wonderful prompt Tess.....as always! :-)

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  31. Thanks for another great writing prompt!

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  32. Another thought provoking picture!

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  33. Hi there,

    My magpie is up. Interesting prompt this week.

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  34. I loved this image, Tess, and had fun with my magpie.

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  35. This was a keeper with so many angles to look at this
    I think I'm caught in the social commentary mode at the moment so that was the tack I took
    thanks Tess for the work you do each week

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  36. I can tell you what ambrosia is but only if no one else can hear
    People’s feelings matter
    and even though we’re not responsible
    for the flicking on and off of their emotions
    we’re the stewarts of everything within our reach

    I can tell you what nectar is
    or you can have a taste yourself
    right here
    Yum isn’t it?

    When we recognize the face of God
    everything turns to worship
    Especially when we let our passions
    join in on the dance of letting go

    Giving yourself to God doesn’t mean
    abandoning enjoyment
    It means the opposite

    Living in a world where eyes are on you
    and collars are snapped
    There is a delicate balance to uphold

    So I’ll give myself to Goddess
    and our love shall intertwine
    like eternal vines of seduction

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