Sunday, December 2, 2012

Mag 146

Object to be Destroyed by Man Ray

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    1. My first time here... I am not sure what I am doing! LOL, but here is my take on the prompt:

      Timeless

      Eternity was in your eyes
      Breath escaped in sudden rapture
      Heart out of control
      Senses exquisitely alive

      Time vanished

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    2. Pat, welcome to Magpie! Post your entry on your blog, then add your link to the list. That way, we can visit and comment. Thanks!

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  2. oh..i don't know how to handle this... but i'll try my hardest... aww... (T_T)..

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  3. I love this picture! Where did you find it?

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  4. I do look forward to this opportunity every week even if it is just to shake my head in dismay.

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  5. Thank you so much fortuitous friend. How did you know I was all about music this week? I am grateful for this opportunity every Sunday and I thank you for your continuing work, inspiring my creativity. xo

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  6. This image left feeling of restricted. It's scary... I imagine to be able to see the world, but have no mouth to speak and a chill crawls all over my skin.

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  7. Im lazy so it doesnt rhyme. what of it

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  8. Whew, I had to write three or four before finally coming up with something I really liked.

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  9. Memerizing picture... thanks, Tess!

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  10. Goodness knows where this one led me...:)

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  11. great image Tess- lots of ways to look at this

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  12. I freaked when I saw this prompt! I thought
    What on earth is that?"

    I immediately went to wiki to learn more about this piece of art because, frankly, I didn't know what it was.

    I based my poem on the story of its creation. Plus I like the idea of smashing something with a single hammer blow. Yeah!

    Thanks for the challenge. It's a great one.

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  13. Reminds me of all those music lessons .........

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  14. Where oh where do you find these pictures? Very interesting.

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  15. Playing in a concert tonight, taking a musical turn on this was the last thing I wanted to do.

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  16. “Time flies like an arrow; fruit flies like a banana.” Groucho Marx.

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  17. Thanks Tess- be back in a while to visit!

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  18. Had a little fun with this prompt, "Poe"etically speaking!!

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  19. Wow. I am away for a bit, and the first one when I make it back is a doozy! I enjoyed this challenge, enigmatic and intriguing. Good one!

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  20. Thank you, once again Tess for the weekly challenge!

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  21. Wonderful..really a puzzle...I like it so much!!

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  22. lovelyprompt, I enjoyed that, thanks. Willbeback to visit you all after toddlers and school run

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  23. I have always loved Man Ray's work. Great challenge
    Hugs

    SueAnn

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  24. Looks to be something simple but difficult to match with a verse. Did try eventually. Thanks for hosting Tess!

    Hank

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  25. Great prompt! I hope I linked up in time!

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  26. Awesome prompt! It was so good, I ended up with two responses. :)

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  27. i will figure this thing out eventually... thanks. :)

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  28. I have returned from Army basic training to finally write another day!!!!

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  29. What a find this week, Tess. Thank you. :)

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  30. With apologies to Mr Ray, this week...
    Thanks for the prompt, Tess.

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  31. So many ways to go with this one....love it Tess! :-)

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  32. Thanks for the prompt! Thanks for the inspiration - off to the other entries!

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  33. I have entered my new post today, another on time which reminded me of the ticking of the metronome and a previous picture prompt of yours with a similar pyramid shape :)

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  34. Ay, I had to squeeze something for this. What a prompt!

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  35. Not sure about my poem, but it did come from the visual prompt. Thanks!

    Richard

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