Eugi’s Weekly Prompt – Unison – February 8, 2022

sweet moments of bliss

life’s essence in unison

music plays softly

 “We are shaped and fashioned by what we love.”— Johann Wolfgang van Goethe

Your Weekly Prompt – Unison – February 8, 2022

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51 Comments

  1. Another great image and prompt, Eugenia. I have shared.

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  3. Hi, Eugenia. here is my this week’s offering in response to the weekly prompt – ‘Unison’.
    https://goffjamesart.wordpress.com/2022/02/08/poetry-haiku-harmonious-ending-a-poem-by-goff-james/
    Happy Tuesday, Everyone.

  4. What a beautiful quote! Thanks for the prompt.

    https://mindfills.wordpress.com/2022/02/08/the-narcissist-an-abhanga/
    ….a rather different perspective on the word this week 🙈

  5. Beautiful, Eugenia, beautiful.

    Have a fabulous day, my friend. ♥

  6. What an absolutely cracking image and poem to sit. Rwice this week l have seen swans aflying by, they sound like small helicopters. I never knew they could fly for many years.

    • Thank you, Rory! Well, I just learned something new from you because I didn’t know swans could fly either. 😉

      • i used to feel bad about not knowing Eugenia, but then l was surprised at just how many people like me didn’t know . they always looked like a bird that just swam on the surface. Yet the time to hear themn flying above you , trust me it’s a noise you’ll never forget.

        Listen to the clip, it is the most amazing sound 🙂

      • Wow! It is an amazing sound, and I agree they sound like small helicopters.

      • Yes they do and yes it is a beautiful noise 🙂

  7. Beautiful post, Eugi! Your poem, the photo and quote–all of it exquisite.

  8. I love your poem. It reminds me, what a fan I am of yours.

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  10. Beautiful and lovely ❣ 🦢🦢

  11. We are also shaped by what we don’t like. Deleting parts is carving.

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  13. Sweet, delightful.

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  16. So very beautiful

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  18. Yes, when you achieve a certain balance, it certainly is sweet! Lovely, Eugenia! Here’s mine https://iwriteher.com/2022/02/10/the-prettiest-picture/

  19. Beautiful photo & lovely poem Eugi!!!!!
    ((hugs)) BellaSita Mum & nose rubss BellaDharma

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  22. My effort for this round. thank you for the prompt.
    https://dancelilli.wordpress.com/2022/02/14/unison/

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