Monday, April 4, 2011

Mag 60


58 comments:

  1. Morning everyone! - it is Monday here and doing grey things like this picture, outside- Hope you all have a wonderful day.

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  2. I love the pitter patter of raindrops, so the picture makes me happy! Thanks Tess. :)

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  3. A quick poem of wet inspiration.

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  4. It's actually been raining here for two days, so...perfect!

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  5. Sorry for the double-post--I accidentally posted the wrong link in the first one. --Kristen McHenry

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  6. Just climbed on board Tess, early for a change!

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  7. This week's prompt was a reminder of one of my posts from two years ago. Hope no one minds the "instant replay." :)

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  8. No problem, Kristen. I removed your first link. :)

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  9. I seem to be having lots of difficulties with er Blogger - I have left 2 comments already and neither have appeared, AND most posts I try to look at never actually load
    dear fellow Magpies, please don't be offended if I haven't made it to you yet - I am trying!

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  10. Raindrops ..how lovely! linked in my rain poem :)

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  11. I guess I am late posting a response to Magpie Tales---my first. I enjoyed the challenge. Thanks.

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  12. Wonderful Picture. I have linked my post.

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  13. I stayed away from jokes, for once, tried a haiku or three instead.

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  14. Thanks for another great prompt. Mine is a sad story of a brilliant plan gone bad. Vb

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  15. Sorry for the double...first one wouldn't link

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  16. Enjoyed this, AND NUMBER 60 ! Thanks Willow

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  17. That pic - that's about how it looks here...

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  18. Ann, welcome to Magpie Tales. No, you're not at all late. In fact, you're not late until next Monday morning!

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  19. Raining, snowing and thundering in NH. Just a typical April in New England.
    Hey I'm #50, and that's just nifty.

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  20. Happy to ponder this one!!

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  21. Tears bathe the soul, so I've been told.

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  22. Will start reading others' works within the next two days - thanks again, for this. =)

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  23. How appropriate. Been raining her for two days also. The winding is raging like there is no tomorrow. Love your poem, as usual.
    QMM

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  24. Thanks for another wonderful prompt Tess.
    Anna :o]

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  25. Meh. A little quicker than I'd like, but not bad as I'm trying to head out for work. :)

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  26. another good, evocative image. We were looking at some nasty storms, so I took mine out of the rain.

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  27. this image is so malleable- it can be so many things! Thanks Tess!

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  28. Plenty of mileage in this prompt. Thanks Tess.

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  29. Rain,rain....don't go away....love this one Tess!
    :-)

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  30. Good picture Tess. Thanks. Wasn't sure how it was going to work out at first... but then some words appeared...

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  31. Told my link was not correct to redid it.

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  32. Forgot to leave a comment! Silly me!

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  33. I joined this site quite sometime back..was not able to participate due to lack of imagination :P ..this image generated lots of thoughts..
    And this is a really bright initiative :)
    Thank you Tess :)

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  34. Got a lot of yard work to do for some reason...wonders what THAT is..find out...visit my blog...and tell your friends...I've got work to do...need help!

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  35. Oh Pooh!I did two! I should have only done one...Could someone remove one? Thanks! Hey I got an idea..yeah...how to press the delete button for dog pooh (dont worry about me, I'll be fine, just a case of spring fever....)

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  36. I thought of sitting in the back seat of the car.

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  37. Helen, aka Woonie added a second Magpie!

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  38. I douple dipped into the water.....:-)

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  39. Hi Tess — if you want to let your Magpie Tales contributors know, if they have the urge to write a poem each day during April, National Poetry Month • AND • they want to post a link each day of April to the poems they wrote — they are very welcome to do so over at Writer’s Island… certainly not at the exclusion of linking here weekly at Magpie Tales, but in addition to. We are NOT suggesting prompts during this NAPOWRIMO on the Island, but we are opening a “Free Write” post each day for the purpose of daily linking in April. If you don’t want to pass this along feel free to delete this from this comment section. Thanks Tess… :)

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  40. i love your photo prompts ~ could have done more with this one if only there was time. thank you.

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  41. my post is up!

    http://priyaiyer.wordpress.com/2011/04/08/rain-love/

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  42. Found your great meme and linked up. Thanks for hosting.

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  43. I dropped in late! My post is here.

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  44. lydia thinks she's late! ha! i'm even later!!! steven

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  45. Oh Tess...how do you do this? Your photography is so powerful...it pulls me, propels me and tosses me into the air...This time I hesitated because the inspiration was raw....As always, thank you for the challenge...

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