Monday, August 24, 2009

My World Tuesday

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I looked in a window

And what did I see?

No wonderful jewels

To wear in my hair,

But a bald-headed bride

Half clothed in the heat

With a long train

Of plastic bags flowing

Behind her. How sweet!

With apologies to the poet. who can actually write prose much better than this! It's late, I'm tired and I can't write poetry at the best of times.

34 comments:

  1. Well, I love it! And what a fun shot! Surely made my day!

    Have a great week, Denise!

    Sylvia

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  2. This is art! I think I see the future of fashion too.

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  3. It must hold up well in the rain!
    Sunny :)

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  4. Interesting use of plastic.
    May be a reality tomorrow.

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  5. This is a unique work. Beautiful

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  6. Funny little poem, and a most amazing wedding gown!

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  7. that was lovely. your work is something to be proud of not humble!

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  8. I love it too Denise. It conjures up many thoughts, doesn't it! A x

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  9. The prose certainly works well with the rather unusual bride. Nice capture.

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  10. I call it recycled wedding gown! Beautiful prose Denise. Sometimes people work well when tired! Get enough rest, my dear. Hugs!

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  11. I like the poem you wrote. I think it fits the picture perfectly.

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  12. Nice piece of art. Great way to educate the public about using less plastic bags.

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  13. Oh dear Denise, you have so many talents!Congratulations, your poem fits so well with this picture.
    Léia

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  14. Hi Denise, Wedding dress?
    have a nice day, dear
    graceolsson.com/blog
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    I will follow your blog , now, ok?

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  15. That was a lot of fun! I enjoyed your post. The artist has a sense of humor, too.

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  16. That was a lot of fun! I enjoyed your post. The artist has a sense of humor, too.

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  17. You did a wonderful job with your poem, Denise. Don't sell yourself short!
    Nice capture too :)
    Thanks for stopping by...

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  18. LOL I *loved* that rhyme with such a photo! It looks like a fascinating exhibit, and I must admit I like a bride who recycles. (!) I hope you got some rest now?

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  19. Well, don't be so modest!! It's great and the photo is unexpectedly unusual! Very artistic!

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  20. The poem befits the bride... :)

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  21. I like the poem and what a funny shot. Good one!

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  22. Wow! Now that is different and fun! Thanks, Denise.

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  23. That is excellent! I love it. Thank you for visiting My Muskoka !

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  24. How funny. I'm like you, as hard as I try, I can't write poems either.

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  25. That was cute... the plastic bag gown AND your poem. ;-)

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  26. Great post, which brings a smile.

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  28. I think they probably have clothes made out of these kinds of things recycled of course, but I don't know where to look for them.

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  29. I love the words Denise, ha! What a fun capture! When I go for something amusing..it tends to throw everyone off for some reason? I haven't posted anything new but just wanted to stop in and say boo!

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  30. This is what I call being environmentally conscious! Talk about the apogee of recycling! Great photo - it makes me smile.

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  31. You're a wonderful poet Denise!! I love it!!

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  32. Thank you for visiting everyone. Have a great week.

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