Tomorrow’s Ode

 

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 A world without words of madness

Murmurs, echoing sounds of serendipity

 Waiting for the day to overcome

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

 

 

Please stop in and visit ThusNSuch, dedicated to poetry – ThusNSuch

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And please pay a visit to my links on the right-hand side of the screen under the title Links. The purpose of my links is to provide easy access to excellent bloggers and helpful information. Here are a few of my BBFs (best blog land friends).

A Cooking Pot and Twisted Tales

Patricia’s Place

The Sound of One Hand Typing

I Am A Sonic Boomer, Not A Senior

Reinventions and Reena Saxena

 

Cheers!

Eugenia

 

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11 replies

  1. Lovely response Eugenia.

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  2. A world without words of madness…I believe that is a place called Heaven. Lovely words, Eugenia, thanks for sharing them.

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  3. Hey Eugenia! I’m hosting a Blogmas Contest, when you do your next announcements, do you think you could spread the word? I’m hoping my blog post will become Christmas-central where other Blogmas-bloggers can mingle and meet.

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  4. I like this Eugenia, it works reading it top to bottom and bottom to top, or is that just more of the reader’s madness? 🙂

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