Friday, July 1, 2016

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Join the fun with Tabatha at Tabatha at The Opposite of Indifference

18 comments:

  1. That 'armed' holds more than one meaning, I think. There is a new pic book about tattoos, about time, isn't it? Have a good weekend, Bridget!

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    1. Thanks, Linda! Yes, if only more people were "armed" with JUST words. I saw that PB - Tell Me a Tattoo Story by Alison McGhee - so glad it exists for so many families. Happy weekend to you, too! =)

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  2. Is he speaking his piece with his peace? Clever, Bridget, and fun to read it various ways.

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    1. Yay, Tabatha, you got my double meaning, too! Poetry Friday folk are so astute...and kind. Thank you! =)

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  3. I got it too--nice combo of words and photo. But why IS there always a dagger through the heart of love?

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    1. Yay Heidi! Great question, what is it with the dagger - piercing love?

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  4. After reading the poem, I scrolled back up and saw your clever title!

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    1. Thanks, Laura! I think a lot of thought must go into tattoos - well, I hope so since they are permanent. =)

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  5. Lots of cleverness here, Bridget! Nicely done.

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    1. Thanks, Violet! I appreciate your kinds words. =)

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  6. Oooh. I love the play on words. Both tattoo and poem say so much.

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    1. Thank you, Sally! Amazing how words on a bulging bicep can communicate a range of emotions. =)

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  7. I'm going to imagine he loves someone whose name begins with U. Like Uma. Or Unita. Or Urissa.

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    1. I think you are right, Brenda! Why else would he only use U? Love the name Unita! =)

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  8. Clever, clever, Bridget - and I love the title, too. U are the best.

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  9. Your poem can be read several different ways with different emphases. Very clever, very well done. Great message.

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    1. Thank you, Mary Lee! I appreciate your kind words. =)

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