Eugi’s Weekly Prompt – Dance – Roundup

friends laugh together

fireflies tango in the trees

the moon is amused

Roundup – Eugi’s Weekly Prompt – Dance – April 22, 2021

A sincere thank you to all that participated!

Poetry – Senryū – Rhythms Furnaced Fuse – A poem by Goff James | Art, Photography and Poetry

A Proclamation and Pledge – Poetry, Dance and other Musings

Eugi’s Weekly Prompt – Dance – The Bag Lady

Moving to the Beat – A Unique Title For Me

Full Range – I Write Her

Dance – Poetry, Short Prose and Walking

dancing ~ a haiku – Mindfills

Dance of a maniac – Reena Saxena

Haiku – Dance of the Dawn! – radhikasreflection

Dance – michnavs

Memories… – Sarika, Pure Reflections

Eugi’s Weekly Prompt- Dance – Keep it alive

The Dance Between Truth And Fantasy – Nature Whispering

Lost In Nature – Dare Boldly


Some of the best DANCE scenes ever! IMO – ©J.E.Goldie – Eugi’s Weekly Prompt – Dance – April 22, 2021

nd 4.23 Spring Jig? 1p – Jules Pens Some Gems…

Redemption Songs – thoughts and entanglements

Springtime Dance #Poem – Mystical Strings

68 – Dance – Beach Walk Reflections: Thoughts from thinking while walking

Gaia – A Poem – Suzette B’s Blog

A Very Quick Dance for Saturday – Beyond the Sphere

spontaneous – earth sky air

Eugi’s Weekly Prompt – Dance – April 22, 2021 – Mukhamani

Music of Hope – Hearing The Mermaids Sing

Dance | Light Motifs IIImpromptu-At The Traffic Lights – Goutam’s WritingsMarital

Dance – One Woman’s Quest

Performance – Sgeoil

Eugi’s Weekly Prompt ~ #Poetry – Books & Bonsai

Alone Post-Apocolypse  – What if We all Cared?

East Coast Swing – Nin Chronicles

Poem #25: Blue Belles – FICTIVE FINESSE

Another Dance – D-WORDSLAYER


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29 thoughts on “Eugi’s Weekly Prompt – Dance – Roundup

      1. Growing up in cities the first time I saw bunches of them was in a flat harvested cornfield. But it is amazing how high up in the trees they do go!!

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      2. When I was a child, we used to try and catch them and keep them in a jar. We thought they were magic which they do seem magical when you see them flit through the trees. I’m hoping we see a lot of them this summer.

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