Monthly Archive: January, 2017

Colleen’s Weekly #Tanka #Poetry Challenge #19 – “Craft & Rise”

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Crafty, conniving fur-ball landslide pushes off pesky paper piles. Rising paw bats the camera… PLOP…But my lap wants a cat!   ©Joelle LeGendre

RonovanWrites #Weekly #Haiku #Poetry Prompt #Challenge #134 Blow&Please

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Winds buffeting trees whip-blow boughs as they please an audience of clouds.    ©Joelle LeGendre

Senseless Punday Sarcasm

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I’m feeling lazy, the dogs aren’t talking, and both cat’s are too cold to be…well…catty.   So, for today, I’m going to be really, really meme.   And if you think that’s baaaad,… Continue reading

99 word prompt: What women create

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January 26, 2017 prompt: In 99 words (no more, no less) write a story using the theme, “women create.” It can be art, sewing, ideas, babies. What is at the heart of women… Continue reading

Wordless Wednesday: North Florida sunset, January 2017

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Canada vs. the USA

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Originally posted on nudge. wink. report.:
? ****))))SPECIAL REPORT((((**** So special, it’s telling you what you already know. <_><_><_><_> Mandatory digression: Well….I just returned home from my once-every-5-years physical.  Why the doctor’s office…

Colleen’s Weekly #Tanka #Poetry Challenge #18 – “Charm & Touch”

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Charming winter sky touches trees with shivered breath, tittering the leaves. Walk along sandy pathways enjoying southern colors.  

Brambles of life and dreams

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Well…I’ll be going out the door to Yoga sometime today.  If anyone thinks that’s a good time to rob the place, here are 4 reasons why they might want to reconsider: If that’s… Continue reading

RonovanWrites #Weekly #Haiku #Poetry Prompt #Challenge #133 #Flow&Tear

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We assume that “tear” means crying because it is so near the word “flow.”  But I’m going to use it another way. Time flows tear apart many summer forests dreams. Doggedly persist.  … Continue reading

Senseless Sunday #Sarcasm : The logic of #Cats

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I used to lay on the printers.  Mom made covers for both of them with padding on top. That’s no fun!   She looked through a magazine called Talking Book Topics and put… Continue reading