(Almost) Wordless Wednesday : A Walk in the woods with The Boys

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  Stalk mode <-> Thanks mom <-> I’m king of the forest, don’t even think about petting me

Colleen’s Weekly #Poetry Challenge # 30 – Wish & Magic

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“Magic’s just science that we don’t understand yet.”― Arthur C. Clarke In Earth’s infancy magic explained origins, ritual’s father. Religion burned the witches  science reveres: Wish power.

RonovanWrites #Weekly #Haiku #Poetry Prompt #Challenge #145 Beautiful&Curse

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Posing for the world, beauty knows no greater curse than blind cameramen.    

Senseless Sunday Sarcasm: Eulogy for a keyboard

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Originally posted on Two on a Rant:
A stark reminder of how I lost my last 3 I finished that tax time torture called “itemizing” yesterday. . All I can say is “Aaaarrrruuugh.”…

Senseless Sunday Sarcasm : Bed Hogs

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Fat White Dog (with a sigh):  Mom is standing over us. Rottie Mutt:  So what? FWD:  She wants her bed back. RM:  Look cute and she’ll go away. FWD:  She has the camera… Continue reading

Weird things about #blogging that you learn along the way

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I’ve been a  blogger for a mere 3 1/2 years.   For the newbies of blogging, what I am about to reveal is “Rule of Thumb.”  For the rest of us, this should… Continue reading

#writephoto #prompt : Enigma

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“Avebury,” Guinevere sighed, pushing her tinted wire rim spectacles closer to her eyes.  “Why would anyone want to come to this dreadful place?” She examined the Neolithic stone towering above her, thinking about… Continue reading

The 4:30 wake-up cat

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Well … It’s 4:30 in the morning. Chances are good that I’m not going to get back to sleep until around 5:30am. . Today’s wake-up call was unexpected.   The cat alarm wandered… Continue reading

Colleen’s Weekly #Poetry Challenge # 28 – HARD & SOFT #Tanka

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      Learning life’s lessons from unexpected teachers, loves bond softly forms. Hard hearts have no chance against a child comforting her friend.   .      

RonovanWrites #Weekly #Haiku #Poetry Prompt #Challenge #144 Wonder&Spy

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Spying on the past, generations wonder how people lived like this.