Debunked

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 Senseless rumors debunked

Words of wisdom not useless junk

Divine ideas spill without a flaw

Their existence in an exalted scrawl

-Eugenia

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This week the event is to Write a story or poem of 5 Lines or Less using the word junk. Please drop by and join the fun at Patricia’s Place

 

 

 

junk
noun; anything discarded (or regarded) as worthless,
meaningless, or contemptible; trash

Cheers!

C25

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26 replies

  1. There is a home in the U.P. that we considered purchasing. It had stairs like this, and I loved them. I plan on doing this type of thing when we move up there. Almost all of the homes there are old, historic ones, with staircases.
    Annie at ~McGuffy’s Reader~

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    • I love old historic homes and I like this idea for staircases, too. Thank you for commenting.

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      • Me too, Eugenia. I’ve always said that if somebody gave me a new house I’d sell it to buy an old one. A long-time fan of what has been referred to as “shelter porn” (magazines with pictures of creative decorating and updating ideas for the home), I’ve always wanted to do something like this on a staircase.

        I loved the way this graphic paired with your poem – and I love the underlying message. I always admire the way you always come up with something creative for these challenges. My brain shuts down as soon as I read them – and I’m not even trying to do it as a poem. Kudos!

        Thanks for posting on the Senior Salon, too – it made it really quick easy for me to jump over to read it (still playing catch-up). 🙂
        xx,
        mgh
        (Madelyn Griffith-Haynie – ADDandSoMuchMORE dot com)
        ADD Coach Training Field founder; ADD Coaching co-founder
        “It takes a village to transform a world!”

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      • You are more than kind, Madelyn. Your comments always make me smile.

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      • How lovely to read that, Eugenia. Thank you.
        xx,
        mgh

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  2. I love this, Eugenia.💜 A pleasure to read your words.😊

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  3. From the scrapheap of words comes excellent poetry. Nice one Eugenia 🙂

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  4. Debunked my thoughts
    On social media blast
    It’s not as it seems
    Words won’t be beamed
    They have to be weaned 😁

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  5. Words of wisdom are certainly not junk. I like what you did here.

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  6. Your words are wonderful. Such wisdom, thank you! Always good to see what you have to share with In Others Words.

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  7. Great use of the prompt. The steps at Lincoln Center is NYC light up with coming attractions just like your photo.

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  8. Nice , now if I can just remember to heed those sentiments.

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  9. Thank you for featuring my post. 💐

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