E.M.’s “T” Dream ~ #EM-SRP 24

I had scheduled my Sunday Ramble post wrong (pm instead of am), so it did not post at its scheduled time. Sorry about that, folks! Thanks to Matt D for making me aware that the Ramble was missing. Here is the scenario for today's Ramble: "In your dream, you are standing at a T in …

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Closing Out All the April Challenges [REBLOG]

A very cool way to interpret my questions into a poem about a mystical hotel! Experience Writing also gives a nice closing to the month of April in this post and shows love to some other prompts for everyone to participate in.

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This Sunday is the first of the month, and all the challenges are over, but I thought I would close with a visual poem guided by a homograph.

Coming to a Close by Maria L. Berg 2022

Close

I really enjoy homographs that have different pronunciations. Close can be an adjective or adverb; a noun or verb.
Pronounced klohs
adjective – near in space or time: near in relationship: parts or elements near to one another: compact, dense (a close weave)
adverb – tightly: near or within proximity
Pronounced klohz
noun – the end or conclusion (the close of the day)
verb – to cover an opening; shut: (tr) to bar, obstruct, or fill up: to bring the parts or edges of (a wound, etc) together or (of a wound, etc) to be brought together, unite.

I think of: closing a lid; closing a door; cutting it close; That was…

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E.M.’s Random Answers ~ #EM-SRP 22

Photo Courtesy of John Holton This week’s topic is: “Random Questions to Trigger Imagination” If people get a purple heart for being wounded in war, what do the other colors of hearts mean? (Make up your own heart meanings and colors.)If you were given $5 Million to open a small museum, what kind of museum would …

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H.A.B.I.T. ~ Contributor’s Acronyms

Photo by ANTONI SHKRABA on Pexels.com On my Sunday Ramble, I asked everyone to come up with an acronym for the word "habit". There were some great acronyms, so I wanted to share them. They were positive and uplifting, and maybe they can help someone with habits. My habit acronym was: Have A Better Intention Together Here is …

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