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Monday, 20 September 2010

Micro Fiction Monday#4

Susan from Stony River, set us another great
picture for this Monday's Microfiction Challenge
"Where a picture paints 140 characters, or even fewer."
This is only my 4th of 49
Lifted by love, as the sun shone over the farm, Alma and George floated off together to make hay. (96 characters with spaces)


HAIKU
Footloose and fancy
Hand in hand, deeply in love
Gliding together


BTW Don't forget to check out my creative blogger nomination and word search grid in yesterday's post ;O)

18 comments:

  1. 'to make hay'! I loved your story. Brilliantly told!

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  2. Gliding together. I think you painted the picture perfectly.

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  3. Those are lovely, though I especially like the story! And such a nice picture too.

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  4. It's been years since I heard the phrase "Making Hay". Nicely done Madeleine

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  5. Lovely words to go with the picture. And well done on receiving the Creative Blogger award!

    CJ xx

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  6. Thank you CJ, Priyanka, Bill Joanne, David, Ellie & Deborah. It is a lovely picture to write about. I have a wicked friday flashfiction in store, too. ;O)

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  7. Looking forward to your Top 10 TV Shows today!

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  8. I really like the story--'make hay while the sun shines', my father used to say. But I think he was really talking about hay at the time, as we lived on a farm! Not so sure about the couple in the picture...
    Have a great week. Cheers!

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  9. Beautifully poetic, both the story and the Haiku. I like your alliteration in both. Well done!

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  10. Thank you Pat, Sylvia (blushing now!);O)

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  11. Love "to make hay." Both are great :)

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  12. Are they really going to make hay, or are they going to (wink wink) "make hay"?

    The haiku is so nice!

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  13. Definitely the wink wink sort! Glad yoy enjoyed it. :O)

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