Friday, April 10, 2020

Sunday Muse # 103




Happy Saturday friends! We are glad to see you all here to share together from everyone's humble abode around the world.  Next week will be hosted by the epic amazing rock star poet Shay! I look forward every time to her amazing choice of musing images!
Well let's get started.
You know how the story goes…..
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& visit others along the way.
Have a wonderful Easter weekend everyone, and no matter what your belief system may be, let us be kind to one another, standing apart all together. 💙
Happy writing Musers!!


25 comments:

  1. Looking forward to reading your words my friends!

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  2. What a sweet photo. I will be back!

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    1. Cool! Looking forward to it Sherry! 🤩

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    2. Shay played a major hand in this choice too! 🌷🌻

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  3. Thank you for the inspiring photo! Happy Easter!

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  4. Happy Easter to everyone. I got lost in a novel today but will try to write for this in the morning. :-)

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    1. Looking forward to it my friend!

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    2. "Lost in a novel" might require we assemble a rescue team: Holmes, for deductive reasoning; Shackleton, to get you out alive; Alice, because she knows the lay of the land beyond the Looking Glass; Scout, for moral compass; and I think Hedgewitch as Expedition Lead, with her trusty Flash 55 beacon to shine up into the sky.

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    3. You have quite the witty imagination Qbit! I want to know what novel Shay was lost in. I have a feeling it may be another great Shay review! 🤩

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    4. Yes, yes! Send them all, and in those assigned capacities!

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    5. Carrie--the novel is called "Beartown" by Fredrik Bachman. It is very very good. I am half done; I am not a fast reader but socked away 135 pages yesterday. So, I am on pg. 200 out of 415.

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    6. I am a slow reader myself. Thanks for sharing, let us know if you still like it at the end. Enjoy. 📖🤓

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  5. Feh! (and Feh!) Just more blather from me.

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    1. Blather lather maybe that's what we need right now is blather. Glad your here Qbit!

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  6. I love the bunny!!! He's sooo cute. Must needs to write a cute poem for him.
    BTW, we have oodles of rabbits here in our subdivision. Each year we get new crops. They and alligators are protected species, they were here first. Some bunnies run when we walk by, others sit very still. None would let us hold.
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  7. That's cool Jim! Bunnies in the neighborhood! You could write a story, "attach of the rabid bunnies" LOL

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  8. I felt as Jim did re the cute bunny! Though her crown of twigs spoke to me as the crown of thorns. Have a blessed Easter.

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    1. I feel the same about the lovely bunny. Wishing you a blessed Easter as well Helen! 🐰🌹🌷

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  9. Another questionable thot. Oh dear. I am losing myself in a poem a day and making myself show up.

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    1. And to qbit: Not only could I not post my comment--your site erased it! I don't know why. I truly enjoyed the poem.

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    2. Glad you made it here Susan! April poetry can make for a busy writing month for sure!

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  10. Thank you for the beautiful picture for inspiration.

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  11. Hope everyone had a nice Easter, I didn't think I'd write to this, but the image kept popping up wanting attention. So here's a Pantoum. :-)

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