Monday, March 21, 2011

Mag 58


En Garde, my friends!

62 comments:

  1. I've had swords on my mind lately.

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  2. Thanks for the nudge Tess. A tail/tale for you.

    Oh and the magic of censorship! (not you)

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  3. Time for a little blade swinging.

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  4. a cutting edge photo! Well done- now lets see what we all come up with!

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  5. I went all Romeo and Juliet on this one, Tess, big congrats for you and your book, well deserved, I will put in my order.

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  6. Gosh, you guys are fast!

    Brigid, thanks for your kind support, my friend. x

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  7. This was a fabulous prompt pic! Love the unexpected.

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  8. This one was really, really fun.

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  9. Events, this week, are colouring my thoughts.

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  10. more legends and fairy tales

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  11. had a weekend involving swords myself...

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  12. There'll be some swashbuckling responses to this one, nae doot!

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  13. Nae doot at awe! It was more kind of battle-axes for me. Struggled a bit but I got there eventually!

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  14. Mine's a little dark for me today. But, I like it. Sometimes kids just feel like that and imagine what it would be like to be the victor instead of the vanquished in the schoolyard hierarchy.

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  15. "Touche"....this one should be fun....wonderful prompt Tess! :-)

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  16. I'm exploring my country's history. This prompt is a coincidence. Thanks for this, Tess.

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  17. I managed to write a suitable poem - a triolet for this picture. Do look forward to everyones visits and fedback. I shall also check out some of your posts.

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  18. Hi Tess, love the blog. will be back to write more.

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  19. I love these prompts! On first viewing I wondered what I could make of it and then the little brain started throwing out ideas.

    Thanks Tess.

    Anna :o]

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  20. Life-savers extraordinary! Thanks again. My offering is in place.

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  21. Thanks for an excellent photo. Your photos continue to surprise me.

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  22. A fun one...Beware, White Devil Slavemaster!

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  23. This was a tough one for a peaceable soul who doesn't like fighting! LOL

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  24. This one was challenging but fun.

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  26. Interesting one this week. I'm now on board @ http:// 120socks.blogspot.com
    Thanks Louise

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  27. As always, a great photo. Thanks for doing this. This one got away from me quickly!

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  28. Oh boy, I had fun playing with this one!
    http://lolamousedroppings.blogspot.com/2011/03/jabberwocky-ii-this-will-slay-you.html

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  29. I'm here. I've missed doing this.

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  30. Wow yesterday when I looked at the prompt, which I love BTW, there were only about eight other Mags up. Today I am number 67! That is amazing the number of Magpies and such quick response. I have a lot of reading to do. I better get busy.

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  31. Brilliant image - en garde!
    and congratulations on your poetry book! Well done!

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  32. Tess,

    I think everyone should view a copy of Prince Valiant starring Robert Wagner! Ah, the thrust and overhead lop of the broadsword!

    Nothing so good as the sound of metal on bone!

    Truly("The Swordsman")fool

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  33. I was trying to write something about 'manhood showoffs' lately. And this was a coincidence! I request all of you to please read my post and type in ur frank opinion on that piece.. Thanks :)

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  34. This one did not speak to me. I found myself angry with it and ergo my poem.

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  35. I was inspired enough to have a second go!

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  36. I ended up doing something silly with this.

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  37. Tess,

    I tried emailing this, but my email doesn't like the address (willow.willowmanor@gmail.com). My return address: arterialgush@yahoo.com.

    Question about your Mister Linky's Magical links - how do you get your sign in box to stay visible? Did you get the most basic link, or did you get an upgrade - e.g., mine appears differently - and is less visible than yours - as at this link.

    http://readingbypublight.blogspot.com/2011/03/3-word-week-3.html

    I've already scoured the Mister Linky's site, and maybe I'm blind or too tired to see why this is the case, but I believe it's hurting certain endeavors on my site - and I need to fix it.

    Your help is appreciated, if it's forthcoming. If you're super-busy, I understand, and I'll read/write you soon, my friend.

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  38. at first i didnt have anything. and then i came up with something =))
    and i love knives and swords, so this picture was especially lovely to me =)

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  39. Tess, I have done another link to continue the original magpie post under Louise2, thanks.

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  40. I think I knew what I had to write as soon as I saw this image... I have no idea how the write turned out though :)

    Thanks for yet another wonderfully inspiring image, Tess...
    (hugs)

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  41. mine went wandering an a whole 'nother interpretation..and the swords just didn't factor. lol

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  42. This prompt really rang my bell. Thank you Tess.
    (The verification word is "BRIDE." Could it be my wedding-bell?)

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  43. it took me awhile to get a perspective on this prompt. love that shield.

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  44. Oops!...forgot to comment. My post was offered in appreciation for Tess and her wonderful Scottish heritage.

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  45. Tried something a little different this time.

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  46. Is a re-write allowed I wonder? I've chanced it, anyway! lol :)

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  47. hey tess - i'm still playing catchup after my week in cuba but here's a little piece of "cutting-edge" writing!!! thanks for the prompt. steven

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