Saturday, January 23, 2021

Sunday Muse # 144


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Welcome Musers one & all!  It's  Carrie this week with a double take to broaden your musing horizons.  No you are not seeing double!  We are doing a little something different this time. There is an image representing duality, and one of unity.  Each one can inspire strong poetry.  So pick the one that speaks to you most, and write & share.  If you want to be real fancy, write about both. I cannot wait to see the different directions you let your muse take you.
Have fun everyone!

26 comments:

  1. Hello everyone! Wishing you all a great & safe weekend. :-)

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    1. Thanks Jim, hope all is well with you these days.

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  3. Hello, we are just a harmless tiger family, no cause for alarm, now if you'll just hold still for a quick second...

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  4. I'm first. That's unusual. :) Mine is a short combination of both images. Blame it on my muse. :)

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    1. That is awesome Susie! I am heading over to read it now!

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  5. Continuing my streak of writing not a single serious word for over a month, mine is pure nonsense.

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  6. Hello Fellow Musers. Thank you, Carrie, for the thought-provoking images.
    Have a great weekend, all! ~ Zander

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    1. Hello Zander, so glad you are here, and you are very welcome. Wishing you a great weekend as well!

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  7. The owl and crow intrigue me, may have to consider a 'twofer.'

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  8. Great images. Picked one and went ekphrastic. ...honestly!

    I look forward to reading the other works.

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    1. Thank you so much Charley! I am heading over to read yours now. :-)

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  9. There was a pool on the ark

    where animal partners could

    put their heads together

    and g(r)aze

    on their reflections.

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  10. Oooo I love this and your amazing word play/word craft! 🤩

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  11. They were married
    at the fencepost—

    his eyes on her,

    her eyes on me—

    the wet sky
    presiding.

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  12. Happy Sunday, I guess my mood is apparent today. Thanks as always for hosting, this is a lovely community.

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    1. Thank you so much Truedessa and you are a lovely part of it! 💙 Hope your Sunday has been a good one.

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