Sunday, February 3, 2013

Mag 154

Central Library, Manchester, U.K., by Robin Gosnall 

26 comments:

  1. I could have titled this one Dystopia 4..... ;)

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  2. Looks like the library is having a bad hair day... LOL

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  3. fantastic, my poem is a long ago memory from the days studying in this library before my final engineering exams.

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  4. Great photo Tess- thanks once again! Have a great week.

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  5. love your remark Jinksy...feel a bit like that myself...happy poetry day!!

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  6. Rick crowned the library with thorns - brilliant

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  7. I wonder if Matthew Crawley spent much time there before moving to Downton?

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  8. I ended up writing a short-shortstory. Hope that's ok, I didn't mean for it to get so long. I brought back my characters from Magpie 142, though :)

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  9. I was sort of puzzled and then it seemed to start writing by itself..love when that happens!!

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  10. This is my first attempt here, and it was a challenge.

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  11. roughly thrown together verses.

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  12. Hello Tess, and happy it was even through all the hair pulling! :)

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  13. Could not resist delving into the history of this building.

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  14. This took me somewhere I didn't expect to go. Thank you, Tess. I am up!

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  15. I'm a big fan of libraries...

    =)

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  16. Sent me straight into the little world of Lena......!

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  17. Have submitted my entry. Pl do read & comment at- http://ektakhetan.blogspot.in/2013/02/white-charisma.html

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  18. Will some kind blogger please explain the point of "moderation has been applied"? I like to see what I've written on your posts and what the readers before me who you might not have "moderated" yet, have written. The moderation fanatics have to read the comment anyway, so if they don't like it, just DELETE it. Schimple.

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  19. Not a happy one this week, I'm afraid...
    Thanks for hosting, Tess.

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  20. Hi Tess and Everyone. I'm happy to be back this week after several months. I wrote the poem I have submitted before seeing the prompt, crossing my fingers as I opened Magpie Tales, hoping it might fit. Yes! Well...sort of ;-)

    Thanks Tess

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  21. I work at a library.....so loved this prompt Tess....thanks....:-)

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