Wednesday, January 18, 2017

short story slam week 60, 61, ABc Wednesday, Shadow Shot Sunday, and Ruby Tuesdays,

3WW Week No. 515 

 Misogynist, Neophyte, Oblivious,

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B is for Bethoven, Bath tissue, Berkeley, and Business School

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sky lift... 

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 Misogynist, Neophyte, Oblivious,
 Bath Tissue, Berkeley, California Bethoven Business school

 Ruby Tuesday
Sky ward views from Pink Saturday Ladies

Ribons cutting shrill
card drawing contests remove blue Monday

awaking Robin sings
word stitches peak calm water

sense making morning
a shadowy figure circulates tall teepee of green pines

a can of beer is not enough to pass my sorrow
a blow of broken arrows does sink our hearts

when a tie becomes a rope
things could turn good or bad

we pray for Samrufz and wish good luck of Reunt Zhang
a kind gesture could save you a million flower petals

 incredible sea side
 Tai Hang and Wu Zi mountain valley confirms 

 Morton Schapiro expectation
under Alan Eagle, Jonathan Rosenberg, and Sheryl Kara Sandberg

Zhang Yongming,
a nephew of Shuai Heping, Shuai Gongping, Shuai Fengzhi, and Peng Zhongqiang

who shall not choose sadness, but joyful
path, and find credits in foods, oil change, and air tickets

Wordle 282 


Morning shadows 
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Heronswood summer flower...

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  1. good b's

    Have a nice ABC-Wednesday / _ Week
    ♫ M e l ☺ d y ♫ (abc=w=team)

  2. So nice your blog. I like it. Excellent post here. Thanks for this.

  3. Loved the line: "a blow of broken arrows"
    Did you mean Bethoven or Beethoven? (I played piano as a kid (still do), and my dad's favourite piece that he heard me practice day after day was a sonata by Beethoven. He always said, "Play me your Bethoven and pronounced it like the name Beth and then oven (long o). He was a sweetie. Such a happy memory!)