Friday, March 24, 2017

Targeted Fashion + Poetry Friday

I took this picture on our quick trip to RVA last month - a street art display on the James River canal walk...





















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24 comments:

  1. They are probably regretting their choice of torso wear however 😬

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  2. True that, Joe! It probably would have been easier if they had just hung out at a Target (store) =)

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  3. Hah! Thanks for the smile today.

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    1. You're welcome, Jama! Glad my poem 'found its mark'. =)

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  4. That looks like what happens to people who get stuck halfway to Hogwarts! Thanks for keepin' it light, Bridget!

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    1. Indeed, Tabatha! But does it only happen to half-bloods? You're welcome, light is what I was 'shooting' for. =)

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  5. Smiling, thanks to you!

    (Wonder how many darts are in their slacks?)

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    1. Thanks, Jan, glad my poem was 'on target' for your enjoyment. These gentlemen probably should have checked their pockets for darts. =)

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  6. Must bring a smile every time, Bridget. Glad you added to the humor!

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    1. Thank you, Linda! Without humor I'm not sure what I would do in life. =)

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  7. Ha! Totally unexpected giggles. What a gift of comedy at 6:51 am as I sip my coffee. Good eye, you. Thanks!

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    1. Thanks, Linda! The fact that you are multitasking to be reading, sipping, and giggling at 6:51 am is impressive. =)

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  8. HA! I can think of a few men I'd like to throw at a target!

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    1. True that, Mary Lee! There is one man in particular, but I fear the size of his head (hair?) would destroy the target. =)

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  9. The poem and pic are hilarious, and these clever comments have me avoiding sipping my coffee right this second, too. Ha! Thank you, Bridget - levity is certainly welcome these days!

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    1. Thank you, Robyn! I appreciate safety conscience coffee drinking poetry lovers. =)

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  10. What a fun poem and picture. Thanks for making me laugh!

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    1. You're welcome, Kay! Thank you for stopping by and commenting. =)

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  11. Looks like your poem is part of the art, good combination!

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    1. Thanks, Michelle! That's a high compliment coming from an poet-artist with an eye for 'good combinations'. =)

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  12. Very clever! Thank you for sharing a smile!

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    1. You're welcome, Catherine! Thank you for visiting my blog. =)

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