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Eugi’s Weekly Prompt – Astounding – July 19, 2022

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ASTOUNDING

is

nature’s beauty

its

hues and colors

man tries to compete

succeeded to

sum extant

but

nature

wins

hands down

Last on the Card – March 2022

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#“The Last Photo”

Reena’s Xploration Challenge # 222

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Prompt # 222- We again have a set of two images this week, to be used singly or jointly as your prompt.

Colors, colors, colors

unlimited shades of colors

nature’s offering

chose one or all

whenever you get the chance

don’t think hard

don’t waste time

just

jump in the

puddle of colors

and

enjoy

Eugi’s Weekly Prompt “Brilliance”, June 15, 2020

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Eugi’s Weekly Prompt “Brilliance”, June 15, 2020

Goes beyond the words  
The Brilliance of nature
Indescribable 

Prized Catch

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Suddenly I noticed this colorful moth ( is it a cricket/ grasshopper, friends?)  on the rearview mirror frame, came all the way to my building sitting pretty still.

For one more great picture of a grasshopper, please click here-

I hope it’s in my yard!

Unfair Play

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How did it get so late so soon?

It’s time for a weekly quotation-inspired image.

If the quote inspires a pictorial or wordy post from you, do feel free to link in or to pop your URL in the comments.- Debbie Smyth


“How did it get so late so soon? It’s night before it’s afternoon. December is here before it’s June. My goodness how the time has flewn. How did it get so late so soon?”

Dr. Seuss

Unfair Play

how did it all pass away so soon

old age came before the youth could croon

how some young faces are full of wrinkles 
before they are swamped with 
smiles and twinkles
how did time so soon fly by
before saying a proper goodbye
how come nature is not fair to some
spring is so short, and
longest is autumn
~Indira

Reena’s Exploration Challenge #78- Fallen leaves

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Reena’s Exploration Challenge #78

(Today, we have a paragraph as a prompt. Do whatever you can with it. Reflect on it, twist it, break it into pieces and use a phrase or just write if you agree/disagree or whatever you think about it. As usual, there are no restrictions on length or format. Suit yourself.)

PROMPT

“That proves you are unusual,” returned the Scarecrow; “and I am convinced that the only people worthy of consideration in this world are the unusual ones. For the common folks are like the leaves of a tree, and live and die unnoticed.”
― L. Frank Baum, The Land of Oz

strange

if someone thinks

leaves live and die unnoticed
nature makes sure
you notice them
in every season
by changing their colors
they wither away
for sure
but
not before
they have served
their purpose

Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Letter N – Needs to start with the letter N

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Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Letter N – Needs to start with the letter N

Nocturnal creature

Night queen

Night photography

Nature photography.

 

Reena’s Exploration Challenge #Week 45

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Reena’s Exploration Challenge #Week 45

prompt 45

The format can be  a story/poem/rant/anecdotes/journalistic coverage of events/ reflections/history/geography/memory as usual. Pour out, and let it flow unhindered like the rain.


Beware of the 

fire of revenge

of a wounded ego

Beware of 

fury of nature

if abused or

misused

or overused

for greed

Beware of 

the fire of hunger

of any kind

Beware 

for they know

no forgiveness

Try to suppress them

they will

eat you out from inside

like a termite

Fight them

they will ruin you

with a vengeance

Just  be aware of them 

and treat them

with the love, care

and understanding

give them what is due 

Or

the result will be

devastating

and all humanity will suffer

Weekend Writing Prompt #57 – Symmetry

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Weekend Writing Prompt #57 – Symmetry

Proof of nature’s bias
some symmetrical
some asymmetrical
symmetry attracts.
Image result for Images- symmetry- peacock
Ongoing Whimsy

be all you can be

The Reticulum

Ruminations on networks

Light Motifs II

Paula Light's Writing Site | The Classic Edition

NobbinBlog

A place for the writings of Nobbinmaug, the man with the beard and magic cane.

Writer Ravenclaw

Books by author Diana Coombes

Moonwashed Musings

bemused razzle-dazzle

Reena Saxena

Experiments in Creative Writing, and more ....

lifelessons - a blog by Judy Dykstra-Brown

Reflections on Life through poetry, essays and photos

Cee's Photo Challenges

Teaching the art of composition for photography.

Mindfills

Getting lost is not a waste of time

Only 100 Words

a 100-word story every day

Keep it alive

A look at life, achieving good physical and mental health and happiness

Quaint Revival

quirks, quips & photo clicks

Poetry and Prose of Ken Hume

Engaging in some lyrical athletics whilst painting pictures with words and pounding the pavement. I run; blog; write poetry; chase after my kids & drink coffee.

Half earth, half sky

Sui generis👸

Cognac Project

Healing CPTSD with Poetry and Photography

michnavs

Poetry by Mich

Ongoing Whimsy

be all you can be

The Reticulum

Ruminations on networks

Light Motifs II

Paula Light's Writing Site | The Classic Edition

NobbinBlog

A place for the writings of Nobbinmaug, the man with the beard and magic cane.

Writer Ravenclaw

Books by author Diana Coombes

Moonwashed Musings

bemused razzle-dazzle

Reena Saxena

Experiments in Creative Writing, and more ....

lifelessons - a blog by Judy Dykstra-Brown

Reflections on Life through poetry, essays and photos

Cee's Photo Challenges

Teaching the art of composition for photography.

Mindfills

Getting lost is not a waste of time

Only 100 Words

a 100-word story every day

Keep it alive

A look at life, achieving good physical and mental health and happiness

Quaint Revival

quirks, quips & photo clicks

Poetry and Prose of Ken Hume

Engaging in some lyrical athletics whilst painting pictures with words and pounding the pavement. I run; blog; write poetry; chase after my kids & drink coffee.

Half earth, half sky

Sui generis👸

Cognac Project

Healing CPTSD with Poetry and Photography

michnavs

Poetry by Mich