Lynn’s Tuesday Picture Prompt Week 51 – Reblog From Sadje

Our first post for Week 51 post comes to us from Sadje.

As I’ve mentioned before, Sadje always send us top notch poetry or short works of prose for our “Tuesday Prompts.”

This week Sadje provides us with a gut-punching poem on what we’ve become as a “toss aside and throw away” society.

You can check out her entry here.

Thanks Sadje for taking part again this week.

Our next “Lynn’s Tuesday Picture Prompt” is scheduled for next Tuesday, June 8.

Thanks.

— get outdoors; find inspiration; discover yourself —

Lynn’s Tuesday Picture Prompt Week 50 – Reblog From Tina Stewart Brakebill

Our next post for Week 50 post comes to us from a someone new to the prompt – Tina Stewart Brakebill.

Tina gives us a wonderful haiku about very strong emotions and memories evoked by that special smell that only books sitting on a shelf whether in an old bookstore or in our houses can provide.

You can check out her entry called Memory’s Scent.

Thanks Tina for stopping by and taking part. Hope to see you back real soon.

Our next “Lynn’s Tuesday Picture Prompt” is scheduled for next Tuesday, June 8.

Thanks.

— get outdoors; find inspiration; discover yourself —

Lynn’s Tuesday Picture Prompt Week 45 – Reblog From June Ann(jaquintinwriter)

Our second post for Week 45 post comes to us from a someone new to the prompt – June Ann(jaquintinwriter).

June Ann, gives us a short, yet wonderful poem about sitting with a close friend in a park on this bench.

Often we need to special friend just to sit with us; hold our hand and chit-chat.

You can check out her entry here.

Thanks June Ann for taking part. Hope to see you back real soon.

Our next “Lynn’s Tuesday Picture Prompt” is scheduled for next Tuesday, April 27.

Thanks.

— get outdoors; find inspiration; discover yourself —

Lynn’s Tuesday Picture Prompt Week 45 – Reblog From Sadje

Our first post for Week 45 post comes to us from Sadje.

As I’ve mentioned before, Sadje always send us top notch poetry or short works of prose for our “Tuesday Prompts.”

This week, Sadje leaves us with a poem as to why the parks and benches are empty. A wise and prudent commentary on what is happening within the world today.

You can check out her entry here.

Thanks Sadje for taking part again this week. Your poem highlights what many throughout the world are currently experiencing.

Our next “Lynn’s Tuesday Picture Prompt” is scheduled for next Tuesday, April 27.

Thanks.

— get outdoors; find inspiration; discover yourself —

Lynn’s Tuesday Picture Prompt Week 42 – Reblog From Sadje

Our second post for Week 42 post comes to us from Sadje.

As I’ve mentioned before, Sadje always send us top notch poetry or short works of prose for our “Tuesday Prompts.”

This week, her poem will literally “punch you in the gut.” It is that good and so very powerful in the way it speaks to what is important in life.

If you do nothing else today, read her poem.

You can check out her entry here.

Thanks Sadje for taking part again this week. Your poem is so poignant and strong.

Our next “Lynn’s Tuesday Picture Prompt” is scheduled for next Tuesday, April 6.

Thanks.

— get outdoors; find inspiration; discover yourself —

Lynn’s Tuesday Picture Prompt Week 36 – Reblog From Sadje

Not to hijack Sadje’s post, but many around my circle of friends where reminded this week that loved ones can be here one minute and gone forever in a flash. A co-worker’s son was hit by a train and killed suddenly Sunday morning while out walking the family dog. There are no words to describe the grief the young lad’s Mom is going through.

On a happier note, our first Week 36 post comes from Sadje.

As I’ve mentioned before, Sadje always send us top notch poetry or short works of prose for our “Tuesday Prompts.” This time is no different – a wonderful poem.

Her poem alludes to a power or something/someone larger than us, leading our way; lighting a path for us to follow. And our willingness or readiness to follow.

You can check out her entry here.

Thanks Sadje for taking part again this week. Your poem is so powerful and poignant.

Our next “Lynn’s Tuesday Picture Prompt” is scheduled for next Tuesday, March 2.

Thanks.

— get outdoors; find inspiration; discover yourself —

Lynn’s Tuesday Picture Prompt Week 36 – Reblog FromCai(Art Mater)

Not to hijack Cai’s post, but many around my circle of friends where reminded this week that loved ones can be here one minute and gone forever in a flash. A co-worker’s son was hit by a train and killed suddenly Sunday morning while out walking the family dog. There are no words to describe the grief the young lad’s Mom is going through.

But on a happier note, our second post for Week 36, comes from Cai(Art Mater).

An interesting, yet short two line poem on outdoor versus indoor.

Be sure to check out Outdoor Lights.

Thanks Cai(Art Mater) for taking part in this week’s prompt. Hope to see you back again.

Our next “Lynn’s Tuesday Picture Prompt” is scheduled for next Tuesday, March 2.

Thanks.

— get outdoors; find inspiration; discover yourself —

Lynn’s Tuesday Picture Prompt Week 35 – Reblog From Sadje

This being a holiday Monday here in Canada, I’m able to reblog some of the fantastic replies that are coming in to “Lynn’s Tuesday Picture Prompt.”

Our first Week 35 post comes from Sadje.

As I’ve mentioned before, Sadje always send us top notch poetry or short works of prose for our “Tuesday Prompts.” This time is no different – a wonderful poem.

As she writes in her poem, much of how we view life is entirely based on the perspective we take of it. When we change our perspective, then we change our view on how we see it. Majoring on the minor details is a good way to miss the much bigger on often better picture in front of us.

You can check out her entry here.

Thanks Sadje for taking part again this week. Your poem is so powerful and poignant.

Our next “Lynn’s Tuesday Picture Prompt” is scheduled for next Tuesday, February 16.

Thanks.

— get outdoors; find inspiration; discover yourself —

Lynn’s Tuesday Picture Prompt Week 34 – Reblog FromCai(Art Mater)

Once again, it’s a cold Thursday morning here at the “old homestead.” Not as bone-chilling as last week, but cold enough you’re going to take clear notice when you open the back door. But, they’re forecasting sunshine and warmer temperatures throughout the day. So, overall – not bad.

Our third post for Week 34, comes from Cai(Art Mater).

An interesting three line view of striving to survive.

Be sure to check out We Strive To Achieve Our Dreams.

Thanks Cai(Art Mater) for taking part in this week’s prompt. Hope to see you back again.

Our next “Lynn’s Tuesday Picture Prompt” is scheduled for next Tuesday, February 9.

Thanks.

— get outdoors; find inspiration; discover yourself —

Lynn’s Tuesday Picture Prompt Week 33 – Reblog From Sadje

Woke up today(Friday morning) and know what? It’s a cold here at the “old homestead.”

Our next in for Week 33, comes from Sadje.

Sadje always send us top notch poetry or short works of prose for our “Tuesday Prompts.” This time she went way and beyond that with this poem.

I’m sitting here trying to come up with a bunch of words to introduce her poem and I can’t come anywhere near to do what she blessed us with any justice.

No, the only approach is to simply check out her poem here.

Thanks Sadje for taking part again this week. Your poem is so powerful and poignant.

Our next “Lynn’s Tuesday Picture Prompt” is scheduled for next Tuesday, February 2.

Thanks.

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