Good morning my dears!
When this post will be posted I am just entering work and hope that everything in my little corner of the blogosphere will be ok as we have Mercury in retrograde. Anything is in flux and anything connected with communication might go bust.
Blogs are a form of communication and last time I wrote a post after my late shift and before having another early shift I did save it but did not schedule it….. Never mind. That was yestermonth and no matter how retrograde Mercury goes (which by the way seems to be a planet of my star sign scorpio if I rightly remember…) this time I am determined to get it right.
Looks like I ramble a little. T’was the night of my 7th shift in a row and somehow or other……
Well, I better get over to Germany and to @FrauPaulchen’s wonderful blog and new prompt.
(You can find the original German post here)
thank you very much for your photopoems and your feedback about the photos ~ very controverse as I had to find out! but: i love those media tranferring poems very much and can tell you so much: i have another prompt of this sort (after music and photography) for the #frapalymo round in may…
for now there is the prompt for may 20th and it comes as a wonderful tweet from the even more wonderful @fliegergedanke (German Twitteraccount):” i walk on into my little paradise every day. airareagarden.*”. .i believe this is a wonderful thought and appeal to go into your little paradise every day. which might your paradise be and what will we see and find there? i am looking forward to your “airareagardens” and thank @fliegergedanke for such a beautiful prompt.
and the small print: please let me know via email or Twitter, if you take part. then i can post the link to your blog/poem on Twitter. or post the link in the comments under the daily prompt post on my blog. hashtag for Twitter is #frapalymo and I am @FrauPaulchen.
* please consider the fact that you do not need to use the exact words of the prompt at #frapalymo. they are meant to encourage you to think and verse. if you would like to use the exact words please give credit to the one they come from. thank you very much.