This week's prompt is twilight, the time that immediately follows sunset.
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How to Participate in One Single Impression
- Post your poetry on your blog. This does not need to be today. You can post any time during the week.
- Come here and enter your link into Mr. Linky. Other participants can easily find you by clicking your name in Mr. Linky.
- Enjoy the beautiful poems of the other bloggers.
- There is a new Mr. Linky each week so you always have to sign up on the current one. Please do not sign your name on Mr. Linky unless you are participating in One Single Impression.
- Mr. Linky will remain here forever. A list of past themes is on the sidebar. You can check back at any time for information on a past theme.
Thank you and enjoy!
Sorry that I didn't read the definition before hand. Not all my follow sunset literally.ReplyDelete
It was a fun prompt, now I can see what the others did with it.
Hopefully Beth P may read this! I want her to know that I thought her response was a delightful celebration of her dog. Unfortunately, I can't seem to post a comment on her blog.
I'm back with phil this weekReplyDelete
A haiku about the origin of the word.ReplyDelete
Seems like the twi in twilight may mean two - here the two lights are the candle and the bugs.ReplyDelete
i'm glad i stumbled across this group.ReplyDelete
amazing poets with amazing poems!
One of my fav times of day. I look forward to reading many of the submissions for this one.ReplyDelete
Yeah, thanks for the prompt, mines up^...ReplyDelete
Thank you for the inspiration & community of artists!ReplyDelete
thankyou - very hard to go back there.ReplyDelete
Clicked on your post while searching something on net.
I like reading your posts and at first I was marvelled to see such a blog. You have a gift of writing, keep up the good work. I'll be back soon to read more.
NancyBoy - I've either left three very similar comments or none at all - the word verification won't trip...ReplyDelete
Thank you for the inspiration.ReplyDelete
I seem to be the Friday OSI poster! And twilight is eternally mysterious! If any of my Venus- crescent moon shots come out, I'll post them here too.ReplyDelete
I look forward (even now!) to visiting as many of the posts here as I can.....
Sandy, I tried to leave a comment at Writing in Faith this morning but the comment window wouldn't open. I tried several times. Thought I should let you know in case other readers are having a similar problem.ReplyDelete
I am so looking forward to OSI's blogoversary tomorrow. Thinking cap on re: Circles!
FIRST SHOW OF THE SEASONReplyDelete
whilst trying to read the latest poetry I somehow managed to post a generic Mr Linky AGAIN - so sorry, my mistake.ReplyDelete
A belated entry - the lyrics of Twilight, a beautiful song by The Band.ReplyDelete