Sunday, November 25, 2012

Mag 145

photo by Evgeny Yaryshev

42 comments:

  1. I think I can feel a migraine coming on... LOL. :)

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  2. Congratulations!!!

    My attempt is in the pot.

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  3. Great prompt and your poem pushed me to a place I normally would not go....stretch, stretch.

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  4. great image Tess- I am a bit cranky today as I have been trying to fix my blog and now the problem isn't me or my blog but google....so no image to go with my poems-ah well eventually it will be fixed.....I hope!

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  5. Lucky not to busy this day as the prompt is so good formy thoughts...

    Blessed sunday everyone!..

    JJRod'z

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  6. A new book, a new prompt. A bounty of gratitude for the ideas that connect us all.

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  7. Prompt inspired something simple this week, a bit of self-reflection!

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  8. I too, like Ginny was inspired to write something simple. Much fun!

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  9. What a beautiful picture! It makes you ponder. And the set up, with the sun flowing in, is wonderful.

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  10. Not sure where this one came from.

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  11. Sunday - already ?! thanks Tess!

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  12. Wow...this picture took me to an evil place....

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  13. Oh, this was a tough one for me...not sure why. It's a great picture though - Thank you Tess.

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  14. Now that's a picture! Thanks...

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  15. Has the chair been left for FreeCycle?

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  16. ..sorry, i have linked twice my entry here... i thought the first one didn't get in...

    ..thank you Tess for the prompt this week... i was tempted to write something about my grandma when i saw this image...

    regards..

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  17. Tess! You have given us the red umbrella and the red couch...now this red chair (three of my favorite prompts, btw). Thanks much, as always.

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  18. My offering in English, French and Bahasa Melayu.

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  19. Lovely photo! Thank you Tess for the challenge, once again.

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  20. it's been quite a while for me.. thanks for the photo, tess! your poem is lovely! :)

    oh, and by the way, congratulations on your poetry chapbook!

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  21. Had no problem with this week's challenge. The picture fitting memories of mine wonderfully!

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  22. Great prompt. So many ways to go with this one.

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  23. I have a memory of another prompt that was a red chair. So I concentrated more on the view this time.

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  24. Love this one Tess! Happy Tuesday everyone! :-)

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  25. Thanks for the prompt. I have tampered with the image yet again, as if it weren't dismal enough!

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  26. Thanks for the prompt...and congratulations on your book!

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  27. I will have to agree with many others. The picture evokes some negative ideas. It is hard to see the decaying subflooring, the broken pane, the worn chair, and the other images of poverty without heading to negative ideas. Still, a thought-provoking prompt.

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  28. It's taken time to get the words right but at least it's written. Some big emotions have been evoked by this photo http://llmcalling.blogspot.co.uk/2012/11/falling-down.html

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  29. wishing for the best...God love u

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