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Danke sehr, Gislinde, und auch dir
Wünsche ein schönes glückliches weekend lieber Gruß Gislinde
Hi Dear Kenny! Thank goodness we can communicate between our worlds! Thanks so much for such a wonderful comment, you alien.
Hello Dear Monica, Well poetry has captured you for sure. Wishing for you a wonderful week-end ! Your friend from another world. Kenny 🙂
Hello Ian, Without pen and paper I have to mumble a poem to myself over and over. Makes conversation difficult. Your poems are longer, so you probably couldn’t do that.
Hi Josh, Thanks so much for visiting and commenting. I really like your blog.
The proverbial writer, never can go anywhere without a pen and paper.
I carry both in my car and pull over as I need to put pen to paper, if I dont then its gone forever.
Like the way you have expressed this Monica.
I like the concept–and the image. I reminds me of myself when I am occasionally being creative on the trail.
Thanks, Bluebee. Fun to write and great to see the work of others. There’s a lot going on out there in bloggerspace. Thanks for participating and stirring up the creative pot.
Lovely poem! 😀 And a unique writer’s desk. Healthy one too – standing up. So glad you entered Nancy’s challenge!
So much fun, Nancy. It’s a great idea – thanks for suggesting it. The blogging universe certainly stimulates.
This is wonderful! Thanks for sharing with us.