Thursday, June 10, 2010

Mag 18

Happy Writing, my friends!



47 comments:

  1. Wordpress was having a bit of trouble
    here is mine,
    http://theoddinkwell.com/2010/06/11/reluctant/

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  2. I immediately thought of the prince that would never be crowned ..........

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  3. Ahhh, for the love of a pencil...

    Super prompt - thanks Willow!
    - Dina

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  4. yeah, finally made it look forward to participating... waiting game

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  5. I finally got the lead out! Pretty sharp prompt Willow!

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  6. everything has it's day: pencils and/or royalty

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  7. Wonder how many folks took the same approach I did. :-)

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  8. Oh for the days of the Number 2 Lead. They're not even lead anymore...Heaven knows we might just poison ourselves!!

    Rick

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  9. Oops, posted in a different blog today, but here it is anyway.

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  10. My first poem in a long time. Thanks.

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  11. I felt a pang of jealousy when I saw that cup full of sharpened pencils. Made me want to write! Great prompt this week - again!

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  12. This one was a challenge for me, and I answered with a haiku. Thanks for putting these out there for us.

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  13. my apologies ahead of time for reposting an old post but those pencils made me do it...

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  14. Just posted mine about two Camelot calamities. Thanks, Willow.

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  15. At first this looked hard, but it was fun.
    Willow, hope you have an awesome weekend! :-)

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  16. Willow you do know how to get us going! By jove, this sounds like a royal treat! Can't wait to read what other mags have to say! I say!Pip pip and all that!

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  17. I wasn't sure whether I could think of anything for this one, but did. Thanks for the photo and for the opportunity.

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  18. Okay. Mine's up. The new moon put me in one of these moods....that old devil moon.

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  19. Sharp photograph. Inspired a sharp poem. Pointed thought...funny though, everyone loves sharp pencils including me too. Thanks willow...try to think of the blue moon it is a happier celestial body.

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  20. I was like Yamella, made me want to draw. Mine is up.
    QMM

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  21. I'm on, and I'll be around to visit y'all soon!

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  22. I'm loving these prompts. I'm enjoying the challenge of poetry - something I hadn't done for a long time! Thanx!

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  23. This was a fun one, Willow. Many thanks for the weekly prompts!!

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  24. Always happy to join in..thanks!!

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  25. Hey guys! This was a fun prompt, don't you think? Fun to look at, fun to right. Mine's up! Do take a look and leave a comment at fallenfromthestars.blogspot.com. I can't wait to go around reading everyone else's too!

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  26. alright, i am up...i will make the rounds this evening...

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  27. I'm in this week! My magpie tale is inspired by all you marvellous bloggers.

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  28. alright, think i got everyone through 56...will spin back through tomorrow...if i missed you let me know...

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  29. Back for another "stab" at penciling in a tale!

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  30. this pic reminds me of grade school testing..."make sure your pencil is #2" they'd say. I always stressed about that :) Mine's up

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  31. This one really got me, took me a while to commit to something!

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  32. freshly sharpened pencils how can I resist?

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  33. I used only a part of your prompt Willow - just the pencils. So I cropped the image too. Hope that's OK. Loved writing this tale.

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  34. Sweet! It's midnight so why not?!

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  35. Uhm...I apologize that I did this way late and broke the simple rules. I tried to delete my addition to the list and couldn't. I was late to the game and a poor reader. It will not happen again. I enjoyed reading all of your work and got excited and carried away...I am sorry.

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  36. Hey, Robert, no need to apologize. I don't close down the linky until I put the new one up...usually Thursday or Friday. Glad you jumped in!

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  37. I'm late to the game, but better late than never. You have thrown down the gauntlet or perhaps just a muddy gardening glove. I have picked it up, examined it, and decided I might have a thing or two to say about the matter.

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  38. Tattered, I've thrown down the woolly sock.

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  39. I posted, now i am visiting other participants.
    I appreciate your feedback early today!
    U Rock!

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