This week’s photo challenge
theme is one I’ve participated in previously, so I’m giving it a miss. Instead, in response to this question from Elizabeth over at Mirth and Motivation, I’m posting my Mondegreen poem, which I wrote for Gabrielle Bryden’s some time ago. Citrus Fiesta
naughty lemon by bb
I thought it really quite absurd
(and way too weird) when I heard
the 70s band sing Hot Chocolate
about the very strangest thing -
wild lemony in Cadillacs, love
the of joys in the sack! lemons
One day it dawned it wasn’t
‘ ‘ lemons
of which they sung, but rather ‘ ‘ heaven’s
and so the song proved less obscene,
and my mishearing, a Mondegreen
I’m taking a break from blogging for a while.
And hope to see you on the other side.
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Can you think of a once strongly held conviction, belief or ideology on which you have completely changed your position?
Five favourites from this week’s photo challenge from
The Daily Post.
Ohm Sweet Ohm
Delightfully Different Life
A Meditative Journey with Saldage
The upside of the downside is creativity,
downside of the downside – survivability,
upside of the upside,
downside of the upside…
..dearth of poetry.
’ In a dark time, the eye begins to se e
Someone who’s definitely not suffering from a dearth of inspiration at the moment is artist (and hidden poet) Bénédicte Delachanal.
Check out her wonderfully humorous marriage of as she tackles this month’s art and words NaPoWriMo challenge. C’est une joie.
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Skin colour, hair colour, eye colour, lip colour – of what consequence?
It’s the colour of the heart that matters.
I usually post links to my five favourites from the the
Weekly Photo Challenge, but, this week, Alle n Shores bewitched me with starlight…
This was today – catching up on university stuff – which I enjoyed, but it doesn’t make for a terribly exciting photo subject.
Never mind – it’s nearly champagne o’clock Downunder, and tomorrow’s another holiday (and golf).
For more inspired entries to this week’s photo challenge, see
. The Daily Post
I particularly enjoyed these five:
A Nomad in the Land of Nizwa
northumbrian : light
Lady Pen‘s poem Pennies from Heaven gave me the inspiration for my belated contribution to last week’s Weekly Photo Challenge.
We consume a lot of olives in our household and because it seems a shame to throw all the olive jars into the recycling, we have converted a few into repositories around the house for any stray silver coins – a fund for future weekends away.