Sunday, January 20, 2013

Mag 152


30 comments:

  1. Happy writing, my friends. Stock photo today...let me know if anyone can find a credit...

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  2. This picture found my words. Thank you.

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  3. I've always loved holding hands...

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  4. I'd almost forgotten this one, Tess. Thanks for prompting me to give another airing.

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  5. Thanks for the prompt! I had never ever written on war and peace. This made me write on the topic I so wanted to but always ignored deliberately. And I'm glad. Thank you for that!

    Have a good day:)

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  6. I tried and that in itself a success, I suppose.

    Thanks for the prompt.

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  7. much shorter than normal from me, I think it's the start of something longer but it's not coming to me yet.

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  8. Just enticing..it seemed to flow into words...thanks...

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  9. That's such a sweet picture. Thank you Tess.

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  10. My sister is coming to live with me, guess this was an ode to her. Thanks.

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  11. Tess- such a magnificent photo- thanks for this image!
    Happy Sunday!

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  12. Sweet treat this week. Happy writing folks!

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  13. i wonder if birds
    ever wish
    to go like children
    into the garden
    hand in hand
    to dig worms.

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  14. Tess, what a loving and reflective photo- only one way to go with this one, for me!

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  15. Oh, how sweet. :-) Thanks for the prompt, Tess.

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  16. Wonderful and innocent prompt! Thanks
    Hugs

    SueAnn

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  17. Beginning to wonder about my mind. Why do I always go to the darkest places with even the sweet and innocent prompts?

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  18. Thanks for the great prompt, I liked it. Trying new format discovered at d'Verse Form for All. Trying to convey the subtle signals in holding hands!

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  19. This showed such simple love and loveliness.

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  20. Thanks for this. I agree with Lydia, the simplicity of it was the challenge.

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  21. Oops, everyone seemed to see sweet, innocent things from the prompt. I never read before I write so am afraid it prompted me to think of all the lost little souls that roam our great nation. So many, too many and sometimes it seems that nobody cares. God Bless our babies and love them one and all.

    Thanks, Tess, for the prompt. I'm off to read everyone's offerings. Missed you guys!

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  22. Hi Tess - I've been out for a while and I felt the prompt led in one direction, but I had another poem. So not sure it really fits, but thanks. Hope you've been well. k.

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  23. Thanks for the prompt, Tess.
    Although I had the best intention to write something soft and beautiful and tender, recent events tinted my poem dark, even after I colourised the prompt photo.

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  24. Did you take this photo? It is sweet. I had an older poem that just seemed to fit perfectly. I remember my two oldest girls when they were 3 & 5 walking like this in pretty little dresses... :)

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  25. cool thanks for the prompt. Who took the pic would like to give them credit on my blog
    thanks again :-)

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  26. Took a while to get this one...but love the prompt just the same...thanks Tess! :-)

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