Happy writing, my friends...
I'm showing my old but I'm in.
Sure takes me back, too!
Even sort of looks like me with my father's 78's.
fantastic, I went back to days of choosing the right lp
I feel angsty, sad and in wonder after seeing "Silver Linings Playbook" - so my poem reflect both the photo and my emotional state.Less technically, I enjoyed the heck out of writing it. THANK YOU, Tess!
Thanks Tess- be back to visit as soon as I can!
this was a challenge- thanks Tess. Happy Sunday!
This one was almost difficult because it could go so many directions since I lover her family so much. In addition to seeing the great film about her dad last year, I also had the rare treat of seeing her mother perform live. At one point, Jane came into the audience, singing directly to random people in the audience. I was one of the lucky ones she chose, and it was a bit overwhelming to have such an icon of the 1960s inches away from me.
I have an embarrassing situation in mine this week. However will she get out of this one?
Tess, thanks so much for sharing this particular picture. I'd been wanting to write about something for a few days but didn't know how to begin. This photograph stimulated just the opening I needed.
It's my birthday today, so I was chuffed to see a music-related prompt, although it didn't end up quite as jolly!Charlotte Gainsbourg is one of my favourite actresses. The Cement Garden left quite a profound effect on me back then! Thanks, Tess!
this takes me to california for some reason. to the beach. to those warm days in the sun
Mine'a short - not so sure about sweet though!
Flashes from the past with this one! Sharing a memory, albeit brief!
Those really were the days...
I'm linked twice...can you take one away, please?
This week’s photo reminded me of a picture of Amanda Palmer & The Grand Theft Orchestra, and the name of the magazine brought thoughts of AnOther world. The combined result made me grin ;-)
Great photo. Love black and white.I case I don't link up, I am at: http://purplepeninportland.wordpress.com
Well, I had to do something for this one! Other Mary and AnOther other... :o)
Oh not another of his wretched limericks . . .
Happy writing, indeed! The photo really grabbed me. Hopefully, my effort will grab YOU! I'm up!
A new one, drawing jazz and love from afar together.
Thank you Tess -- this is a great photo in B&W. Where DO you find all your intriguing images?
Thank you for this one, dear Tess!
I don't know if my link correctly either :-( Title - The Song (naturally)Thank you for being able to participate.
I don't know what happened with what I originally typed, apologies.That was meant to read - I don't know if my link worked correctly either and thank you for allowing me to participate in this prompt. :-)
This reminded me of an old story I never quite got around to finishing...so I finished it!Hope it's not all a bit "northern". You can take the lad out of Lancashire but...well, you know the rest.Thanks for prompting Tess!!
This one just sang to me....thanks Tess! :-)
What goes around comes around, e.g - records
You moderate? So don't expect me to visit your blog again.
I am just so glad to be able to link up a poem. Thank you for the inspiration. :-)
Thank you for this beautiful prompt, Tess...