Friday, October 23, 2020

Sunday Muse #131


Hello Sunday Musers! It's Fireblossom here with your weekend image to write for. Today we have three familiar faces on a road trip. I am eager to see what you will do with that! Thanks to Sherry Marr for suggesting this image!


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  1. Oh definitely. Back to read and visit later.

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    1. Love this one so much Shay!! I will be back to read yours and Joys, after I get mine situated and written. :-)

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  3. This one just sang to me, thanks for the motivation.

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  4. I recognize Frida, not sure about the other two shifty characters. Will write in the morning. Cant resist reading now though.

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  5. Got to get me a computer. Using this Galaxy smart phone I saw the back seat as a guy holding some flowers and wrote accordingly. The write would stand alone but I kept my copied picture.
    Thank you Shay and Sherry for the find, I love it.
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    1. I like the driver, I am a Van Gogh fan. We stayed for a week at St. Remy where the sanitatian is located that he self admitted himself after cutting his ear off
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    2. https://jimmiehov6.blogspot.com/2019/06/a-starry-night-poem.html?m=1

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  6. Love this Shay! 3 very rich artistic minds this group represents. Should be fun! :)

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  7. Luv thus image. Happy Sunday to all

    Muchđź’›love

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  8. Good morning all! A bit of despicable fun this early morn. Wonderful image!

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    1. I'm surprised at you, Linda. Come sit with me dear. :-D

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    2. Linda I am unable to post on your blog but, I wanted to let you know I did indeed read your offering. Ha - who would dare speak after that, wanting to keep certain body parts.

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  9. Love the image! Thanks for the inspiration Shay!

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  10. I really enjoyed this prompt. Before taking up the quill, I dabbled with the brush (badly). Thankfully, the art department allowed photographers to hang around and bask in the glory. Thanks for the craziness; an excellent jumpstart for the poetic muse.

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  11. Never late than never ... I mean ... rather a nice prompt. I sat on it for weeks and then the contractors came upending my household.

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