Sunday, June 28, 2015

Mag 276

Midsummer Night's Melancholy by Michael Sowa

23 comments:

  1. How fitting, I am sitting on our deck watching the sun rise through massive Ponderosa Pines. Maybe kitty has the same view?

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  3. There's certainly a feeling of melancholy about this, albeit with unusual creatures within. Thank you for the inspiration.

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  4. Gave it a shot.

    Thanks for your dedication.

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  5. I love Sowa's art- thanks Tess! Have a great weekend!

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  6. It feels so good to write poetry again. I enjoy what the image invoked in me. Thank you!

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  7. A prompt that spoke to me. Lol! I always like to see prompts like this they can say a lot. Mine is done and it was fun.

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  8. Just recently I've had problems leaving comments on a few sites. They either don't seem to have a place that says "comments", or when I post the comment there's no "save" and pressing enter doesn't work. If I'm missing something sorry but no way can I leave comments on these types of blogs. I think on one you can share the work but not comment? Anyway..I tried my best sorry.

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  9. First I thought it was Hopper.. until I noticed the cat and dog.. wonderful...and melancholic.

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  10. It has been a long long time since ilast posted here. But it's the beginning of winter school holidays, and my poetic spirit is yearning to run free.

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  11. I started in one mind, finished in another.

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  12. Nice picture for the prompt. I love the quirkiness of it. :-)

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  13. Up at last......spelt my name wrong in the link, mind you!

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  14. Glad to finally found this link again... I'm done with my slumber, its time to live again.

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  15. Okay then it's Paula Wooters and Elena Sands blogs that I can't leave comments on. Paula I don't want to use my Google account to sign in and Elena there's no place to publish after my comment is written. Thanks for visiting me and sorry.

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  16. I don't think I've ever been so late posting, but I'm in. I couldn't let this awesome photo go without my post too!

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