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Tally – Ho

OWPC’s This Week’s Challenges: May 21 – 27 A new week means new challenge themes! One Word Photo Challenge: Fox If you want to share a literal image of the actual word, do that. But if you’d rather play with … Continue reading

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Heat

Haiku Horizons prompt “heat” Welcome to Haiku Horizons, Week 167! This prompt for this week is “heat“. Haiku Horizons will provide a haiku prompt each Sunday. Write a haiku based on the prompt No shade could be found Life in … Continue reading

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Oh My Goodness, There’s Dust

Once again Paula at Lost In Translation has a worthy challenge for photographers BLACK & WHITE SUNDAY: IMPERFECT You must have in your archives a photo that you consider imperfect, but you love it anyway, or the photo maybe perfect, … Continue reading

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Linked

Haiku Horizons prompt “link” Welcome to week 167 of Haiku Horizons! This prompt for this week is “link“. Haiku Horizons will provide a haiku prompt each Sunday. Write a haiku based on the prompt Walking hand in hand Smooth ground … Continue reading

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A New Day

Heeding Haiku With Chèvrefeuille, May 3rd 2017 a new day What a joy it was to read all of your Troiku it seems like you all did like this new creative way of haiku-ing. I am so glad with that. … Continue reading

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Up and Down

This week’s challenge from Paula at BLACK & WHITE SUNDAY is STEPS AND STAIRS This is a week of easy, straightforward challenges; at least I like to think that they are. You are supposed to post a photo (or more) … Continue reading

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News In The Morning Paper

FENCE APPROVED In a suprising vote of 87-3 last night  town council supported a movement to erect a fence around the viking ship on display in Leif Erikson Park. It may be remembered that for as back as some old-timers … Continue reading

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The Green Tux

Edith stood back and looked at her efforts; surely this year hers would be the best dressed moose in town. Tomorrow she and Fred would celebrate their 60th wedding anniversary, A day she happily remembers. It started with the wedding … Continue reading

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What Time Is It?

An Apple-Watch? No! A Smart-Watch? No! The old-timer, the great-grandson of an old-time Railroad man, wouldn’t have any of those new-fangled things. He always wore his great-grandpa’s railroad pocket-watch. But when he reached for it to see how long he’d … Continue reading

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Curiosity

“Daddy,” Billy asked, “Why is that piano covered?” “Because it’s sleeping.” “You’re silly daddy, pianos don’t sleep.” “When you sleep you have a cover on, so that’s what piano’s do.” “No, Why really does that piano have a cover on … Continue reading

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