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February 16, 2011



Wonderful, Julie!

Sheilagh Lee

simply lovely


A lovely way to express what hits us all at times.


Time for a nice new coloured pen:)

Sharp Little Pencil

Julie, sounds like writer's block to me, and so ironic that you used that concept to capture the prompt so well! Congrats. Here's mine, for 3WW and ABC Wednesday:
Peace - and fluorescent Sharpies, Amy


Fabulous usage of the prompts. I am going to learn a lot from you guys.

thanks for the marvelous poem.



That was well done ..an ode to writers block!! Well expressed!!


Beautifully poetic even in the frustration of not knowing what to say ...and saying that well.

Madeleine Begun Kane

That was lovely! And I especially liked this phrase at the end: "lost as
Silence falls upon my words"

ms pie

love the soft mood of your post... as if, as if you are just as you are in the photo....

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