Sunday, November 6, 2011

Mag 90


57 comments:

  1. thanks Miss Tess!

    Have fun fellow bloggers! Have a great week ahead...

    JJRod'z

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  2. Your picture inspired me to repost a short short story I wrote just last month. So, a bit of a cheat, but I think you'll still like A Plot Both Great and Grand.

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  3. sometimes, timing is so interesting. thank you for always making my mind twist and turn accordingly.

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  4. This led me down some happy paths. Thanks, Tess!

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  5. yes, I'm early! and lovin' it! :) chiccoreal

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  6. How do some people post so quickly!
    Nice photo.
    Jamie

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  7. The Day of the Dead won't lay down, it seems...LOL

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  8. Mine is a revision of something I was compelled to write a couple of weeks ago...thanks for providing a "plot" for it to rest :-)

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  9. Last time I looked I was going to be #13 but when I came to post, there were many more before #23. Imaginations have been in full gear! This reminds me of how much delight my father and I would take in wandering around old graveyards - much to my mother's distaste - she called our 'hobby' morbid curiousity!

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  10. thanks for the prompt tess! :)

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  11. Thanks Tess. A photograph which I took in a heavy fashion! I am doing this post from a hotel lobby--I checked out a while ago, but snuck in from parking lot for wifi! Have a nice weekend. Thanks for the opportunity to post.

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  12. Hope it doesn't look as though I've lost the plot with this one.

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  13. I have tried something different and hope it will work. I linked to a facebook note since I don't really blog anymore. We will see if it links correctly. Thank you Magpie!

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  14. A perfect prompt for R&J, Thanks...

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  15. Vicki I visited your utterly fantastic post on Face Book but cannot comment. I just wanted to say here that it's beautiful.

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  16. I chose to use a new (to me) poetic form I just learned today. I like the prompt photo.

    Kay, Alberta, Canada
    An Unfittie’s Guide to Adventurous Travel

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  17. I had this poem in another version...just waiting for now...

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  18. as ever the prompt leads somewhere different than where i expected to go!!

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  19. Thanks for the prompt...I was a bit morose this time, but it really got me thinking.

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  20. Thanks for the beautiful photo. What "Moore" can I say?

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  21. Thank you Tess, once again, for providing a prompt. You challenge me each and every week.

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  22. A lovely photo prompt...hope I did it justice

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  23. Thanks Tess, this week's prompt brought out my sadder side.

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  24. Well, it took some 'percolating' and then a combo
    of things happened. Thanks.

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  25. At least once a year I seem to do my own version of Gray's Elegy.

    Thanks for this opportunity.

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  26. Had a little holiday poetic fun in mine this time around...no scary story this week...

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  27. thank you Tess for a very timely image.

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  28. Inspired by Eco Grrl. Thanks for the prompt!

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  29. I am moving so this really is a death of sorts. Thank you.

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  30. My slightly irreverent take on this lovely photo is up.

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  31. amazing one,

    will visit tomorrow.

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  32. Hi Tess, I thought it was about time I joined you!I hope my tale fits the bill.

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  33. Loved this prompt, it was a challenge to do it justice, but I tried anyway.

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  34. This poem includes my favorite creamy cauliflower soup recipe. Enjoy :)

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  35. Thanks for a fine prompt Tess.

    Anna :o]

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  36. Liked this one. Am up and running.

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  37. Another inspiring prompt! Thanks Tess...

    Cheers,
    Arnab Majumdar
    ScribbleFest.com

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  38. Apologies, Tess, my blog is out of action, I am experiencing virus problems and have temporarily gone offline to resolve the problems. Apologies to anyone who has clicked on my this week's link.

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  39. Thanks Tess, for the wonderfully inspiring image.
    Am happy to see at least so far, that no one went with the old epitaph that we've all probably read before about Lester Moore:
    HERE LIES
    LESTER MOORE
    FOUR SLUGS
    FROM A 44
    NO LES
    NO MORE
    Although it may have made for an interesting cue to good little a fictional story. Food for thought.
    Back to reading!!

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  40. I'm a bit of a cheaty but a sweety this week - will visit you in between!

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  42. Ooops. I have to repeat this comment. I edited my posting ID so that it would go directly to my blog. Here it is --- now the link will get to the right spot.

    I liked this prompt! Thanks for great inspiration as always! I find I am gaining a little more academic discipline through this site, something that I always expected my students to have over the years...

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  43. This prompt has been nibbling at the back of my consciousness since Sunday. It has taken this long for me to hatch my fledgling idea.

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  44. Thank You Tess, this happened to bring out a lot of different emotions for me.

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  45. Have been enjoying my blog romping this week, for the magpies are a flutter. I posted early, Scene Eleven of my cinemagenic series, but it seems a valuable lesson has been learned, for each week there have been less and less comments. Perhaps 12 weeks, final scene next week, is beyond presumptuous in such a forum, too lively, too graphic--but it has been fun for me. So one more stab at this new poetic form, and then it is back to more applicable responses to the images.

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  46. Newbie here.

    Looking forward to reading great work. :)

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  47. It took me awhile but I finally uploaded my piece! It sorta touched me. I've written a death picture once and it really sinks into my soul. Death. But I hope everyone enjoys it!

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  48. This is my first time. It's all about Moore.

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  49. I am late as usual....but love the prompt Tess!
    :-)

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  50. I've been away a bit, so nice to finally have the time to come back!

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  51. I'm in on this week's magpie, Tess. Been a while!

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  52. Sneaking mine in at the last minute...again...thank you, Tess!

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  53. Feeling rather minimalist today.

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  54. This reminded me of the primitive graveyard we visited on an Easter Day hike two years ago.

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