Happy writing, my friends...
Oops...I signed in as Willow...it's me...
Beautiful prompt. :-)
Thanks Tess! Be back later to visit everyone! Enjoy your day!
Love the prompt...had fun with it.HugsSueAnn
This should make a merry Magpie or two! Great choice, Tess!
Tess, this is a bit of tongue-in-cheek for your current prompt... :)my loveyou step from your bathwrapped softly in towelgracefully poisedmidst the fog of steamyour skin radianta'blush from the heatyour auburn hairfondles damp 'round your shouldersembraces your lithe necka sensuous visionigniting a spark in my soulstirring the passion of my heartsetting fire to my imaginationmy loveyour are venusaphroditea goddess of desireand my loveI can see your butt
So tell it like it is, why don't you? :)
What a beautiful picture! Thanks Tess. I've got a bit behind; I'll be around to read tomorrow.
What a choice double entendre!
Trust the Doc to notice it, Mary! lol
This is a wonderful prompt photo!! I have read lovely writings so far.
Ah, the burdens of Violet were enormous and unnerving.
really like the pic this week - thanks
A great chance for poets to bare their souls
And their bottoms, if they are like Rob Kistner or one or two others... Oh, the bare faced cheek of some...
http://wp.me/pGpXE-1r0 is my first attempt at the Mag's(pie Tales) writing challenge.Links to amazing writers and poets!
Love love the prompt. Yes, a chance to bare my soul. Thanks!
Sorry I am late. Lingered in my bath.
been a long time...glad to be here
Thanks for the wonderful prompt, although what I did with it is, well, immature.
What a beauty this is..what an inspiration!
A very fitting prompt for me! Hope your Monday has more genuine sunshine then my grey day!
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I haven't seen this painting, as I think of Degas painting his dancers. But this could very well be a dancer in her bath. Nice prompt.
gave it a shot
Beauty as inspiration. Nicely done!
Such a beautiful prompt - wish I'd got to it earlier, now a lot of reading to catch up with!
I guess you have to listen to the lyrics of "Pirate Flag" linked in the caption of my Flag photo to find the round about reference to Degas' subject. Clearly I'm a prude...for the most part;-)Glad to be back again!
I have twoYour flesh dipped in the ambianceOf spring, assumes the warmthOf an unexpected propositionAndI have washed you in theBurning sunsets of anUnfaithful desire but letUs not speak of other, forIn this moment there isOnly one
Degas is always wonderful!
I, too, love Degas. Thanks for the great prompt, Tess.
No one does portraits like Degas. Thanks for the prompt!
Beautiful work of art ... had fun with this! Thanks Tess!