Monday, June 13, 2011

Mag 69


60 comments:

  1. Play- cannot resist play- at least today.Thanks.

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  2. It sent my mind whirling round in ever decreasing circles! LOL

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  3. This prompt worked perfectly with all that I am currently writing. Thanks for another fantastic prompt.

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  4. Monday...ouch, but the poems are looking good.

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  5. Great image, Tess, I am always happy to write a poem about the sea.

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  6. a perfect image for summer... and it brought back memories for me.

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  7. I went with my first thought, pretty but no use for it. Then I read the other posts and saw so many uses. Palace for a hermit crab, prayer bead, source of wonder . . . Sorry, but my first post was the wrong blog address.

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  8. I pefect prompt... thanks, Tess!

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  9. jars and bowls of memories around the house- great prompt-thanks!

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  10. ..i like it... it reminds me of the memories i had on one of the beaches in Batangas where Grandma lived... thanks for the inspiration today...!(:

    ~Kelvin

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  11. Full of inspiration...thanks Tess!!

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  12. opps had to add a little post script.

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  13. perfect photo and perfect timing! thanks, Tess.

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  14. I circled round and round like a dog before I settled . . .

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  15. Not so easy for me, my seaside memories are not very shell-like.
    So i stuck with funny.
    Don't I always. Sorry.

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  16. Hi Tess,

    Nutcase week so won't get to do prompt but another great image. Following you on Twitter,follow back if you wish. Thanks.

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  17. Great photo! I almost had a poem finished, then changed it completely! Here's the result:
    http://lolamousedroppings.blogspot.com/2011/06/shell-collector.html

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  18. Boy, did I take liberties with this one. : )

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  19. I'm also in-- love your photos, Tess. Also posting beneath poem I wrote to this, my homage to Plath, which got raves on SW. xxxj

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  20. No idea what the photo depicts --- haven't read anything here or elsewhere yet. Lots of directions to go in I think. Thanks for another Magpie.

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  21. Hey guys. My story's about a highschool "vacation."

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  22. I've had an emotional few days, so this pic was, strangely, fitting! But that's Magpie Tales....!!

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  23. Sorry for the late entry. Also only small mention of a shell.

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  24. Tessy, is that shell for sell?

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  25. What a lovely pic ! and a 55 er around it.

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  26. Gorgeous!

    Happy to participate for the second time.

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  27. Just the thing I needed to kickstart my Monday night writing. All linked up and everywhere to go!

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  28. Back. Hard to do after 3 weeks away.

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  29. An inspiring shell. Tigerbrite.

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  30. Beauty for sure. One of my most favorite things. Love it Tess. Waiting for your book to arrive.
    QMM

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  31. Kinda late, but...it's only time! Thanks for this.

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  32. Beautiful photo! I never could think of anything to say about that eyeball.

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  33. Thank you, Tess, for yet another eye-catcher.

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  34. Thanks for the promt, brings back good memories Kate Snape =) xxx

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  35. Lovely photo, and linked wonderfully with Wordgathering's form prompt for today.

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  36. Beautiful shell! I never find ones like these (as my poem will attest).

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  37. Very pretty! I'm making the rounds now. See you soon.

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  38. Nice pic..wrote what came to mind..

    Sathej

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  39. Thanks again for a great prompt Tess and also many thanks for re-awakening my mind. I am so glad I found you.

    Anna :o]

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  40. CURSES! I was hoping to be No.100 on the LinkyList. Ah well, better early than never, I suppose. Lovely prompt, Tess,

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  41. My first contribution...
    Thanks for the inspiration :)

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  42. Like they say, better late than never.. :)
    So here I am!!
    Off to read now...

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  43. Shell we dance; or at least write? Ok! We Shell...long time to think simple as simple does! "I'm late.." why I need a muse boost!

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  44. Just found you on Monday...took till today to have the courage to post!
    What a wonderful image/prompt. Thank you Tess :~)

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  45. There once was a mollusc, named Pete,
    Whose stomach doubled up as his feet.
    When the meal was quite grand
    He could no longer stand
    And had to look 'round for a seat.

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