Sunday, June 2, 2013

Mag 171

Waking, Walking, Singing, in the Next Dimension? 1979 by Morris Graves 

31 comments:

  1. this one was tricky, right? can't wait to read everyone's!

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  2. as I am writing our birds here are creating a cacophony or should I say a symphony of chirps and tweets! Have a great week- and thanks for Magpie Tales!

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  3. Played with image and set poetic form ... this was a fun one ...

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  4. I had fun with this one. Thank you, Tess:-)

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  5. pretty and magical! :-)

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  6. Gorgeous imagery, which way to go with it?

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  7. Certainly an unusual image this week...

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  8. lovely prompt...conjured a lot of mental imagery!

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  9. Very interesting, indeed! Beautiful..

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  10. Graves is one of my favorite painters. His background is fascinating.

    Enjoyed your wonderful poem!

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  11. Found it a bit of a struggle this week - nothing wrong with the picture, just the author...lol

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  12. revised another old poem. hope i made it work.

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  13. First, I saw a pair of nerdy glasses ... then I saw the treble clef!

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  14. Looked first like the beginning of a google doodle

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  15. beautiful picture of what for me is, the birth, life, death, journey to rebirthing. To ultimately find flight on the wings of a dove. A dove often representing Love.

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  16. This was difficult!! But lots of fun!
    Thanks Tess
    Hugs
    SueAnn

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  17. Thank you for providing such a beautiful prompt. My words were inspired by my everyday life. I work in a nursing home, and with elderly, illness and death are a part of life. I choose to visualize this not as an ending, but as a transition-- one's energy leaving to 'become' part of the whole, part of the universe again. Hence came my thoughts for this lovely image.

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  18. I am up, Inspired by my morning!

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  19. This has to be the hardest Mag I have ever attempted. Whew. (wipes sweat from brow)

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  20. I cannot seem to link up, but I loved this one.
    http://purplepeninportland.wordpress.com

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  21. Lovely to be once again be joining in Magpie deliciousness!

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  22. Thought I posted here two days ago! Seems I left a comment, but never shared my poem!! Oh well...better late than never!

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  23. Thank you, Tess.
    This was great...

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  24. What a great one this week. Thanks, Tess.
    I'm away for the weekend and will catch up on as many as I can next week (am still behind from last week...sigh).

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  25. Surprise! Made time to do one this week. Thanks Tess!

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