Eugi’s Weekly Prompt – Meadows – June 3, 2021

meadows of yonder

nature’s brush strokes on display

scents drift here and there

Your Weekly Prompt Meadows – June 3, 2021.

Go where the prompt leads you and publish a post on your own blog that responds to the prompt.

It can be any variation of the prompt and/or image. 

Please keep it family friendly. This needs to be a safe and fun space for all.

Prompts close 7 days from the close of my post.

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Responses posted prior to the next Thursday prompt release can be included in the Roundup.

Let’s be creative and have fun!

-Eugi

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  2. Eugi,
    Lovely haiku! That first line gives it that beautiful dreamy tone.

    https://jollybeggar.com/2021/06/03/stars-of-blue/

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  4. Wow the image formed is aromatic.

  5. The image is amazing❤️😊

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  7. Lovely. One of our small parks that is in a hundred year flood plan is often planted with wildflowers. 🙂
    I’m here: Justice pour vous

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  9. Hi, Eugenia. Another great image and prompt. Here’s my contribution this week word prompt – ‘meadows’.
    https://goffjamesart.wordpress.com/2021/06/03/poetry-senryu-yesterdays-dreams-wake-a-poem-by-goff-james/
    Have an amazing day everyone.

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  12. I read your haiku on Jules’ blog and had to come here to thank you for such a beautiful message. It made me smile! Lovely photo, too! I like the wildflowers that beautify the world with such courage and abandon. 🙂
    (((HUGS))) 🙂

  13. A dreamy haiku – I can picture myself there noticing the scents. Wonderful photo, too. 🌷

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  15. Your haiku goes very nicely with the photo 🙂

    Pat

  16. lots of love from LA 🌴
    “urban meadow blues”

    meadows i see on the packages in the lady business aisle of my regular supermarket

    when i was young and high living the downtown life meadows were tucked twixt the words of John Fante

    on crowded freeways i imagine meadows green with polka dot flowers instead of beer bottles and trash

    i too have stood on meadows ignoring reality when news and accounts have been grim

    on the meadows of my mind while i stand in line waiting for my time with the speed ticket money taker i swear i have been a Hopi princess

    meadows in the park constructed from repurposed everything that underserves the very point of wild God created freeform and bear in mind your parking meter too

    • Your brilliance in reflecting on reality is unsurpassed! Thank you so much for joining in.

      • thank you dear Eugi. some times when beauty is buried deep within our environment we have to use our imagination as the shovel and dig it out xoxo

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  19. I like this Eugenia!
    My meadows of yonder look slightly different!
    https://wp.me/sVkLb-meadows

  20. The grassy bed up on the hill
    Was a place to escape
    For my daily thrill.
    To go outside away from it all
    Was my secret was my secret place
    with everyone around.
    The space alone was under a tree
    With only the lizards to bother me.
    You can see the grotto
    Where the priests would pray
    It was a sanctuary,
    a place I wanted to stay.
    You can call it a meadow
    Because of the ground
    It’s what comes to mind if meadows are to be found.:-)

    Fellow Poets, Eugenia, This is where I am led. Will see how it develops and post. Have a great day!

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  24. Here’s my little offering. I strangely had a lot of trouble putting this post together. WordPress was doing weird things. Don’t know whether it’s my site or WP or what. Am I missing any news of WP changes or glitches? At any rate, thanks so much for the prompt!
    https://verulomar.wordpress.com/2021/06/04/growing-things/

    • I haven’t had any issues with WP except losing those I follow. 🙄 Thank you joining in. 😊

      • Thanks so much. I’ve had folks I follow somehow disappear too. Good to know. Also, my likes disappear. Working on my post today was weird though. We shall how things go. 🤞

  25. I can smell it, Eugenia😸Pawkisses for a Happy Weekend🐾😽💞

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  27. After reading the responses here– so many different and wonderful takes on the word. Love the thought provoking differences. Here’s my take on it.

    https://aikalandros.com/2021/06/04/meadows-of-distance/

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  30. I see a coulee,
    conjoined by a deep ravine;
    better watch your step.

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  34. I’m late to the party, but here’s my take on our time in the meadow of life.

    https://tjssherman.wordpress.com/2021/06/05/poem-meadow-running-deep/

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  39. Hello, Eugi. Happy to join back here again after an arduous month of May. Here’s my contribution. https://naturewhispering.wordpress.com/2021/06/07/meadow-breeze-a-shadorma/

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