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Word Salad Bar – Pink

I can’t believe what I am seeing!
It just can’t be,
A pink mansion, no it ‘s the glass in my sunglasses,
Sunglasses off. Oh my gosh! It is a pink mansion.
As we walk inside and before my eyes I see,
a pink elephant here, below an indoor pink window with a unique bubble design,
turn my head and guess what I found,
another indoor pink window with a unique bubble design, with another pink elephant.
Walking through the hallway we hear people’s voices,
Lo and behold, everyone we know is there.

Guess what they are looking at?
Yes a pink elephant, under an indoor pink window.

Indoor pink, the glass, people’s voices, these words are from Creative Word Prompt #4 by Wolff Poetry.com

Submitted by H. Stewart
This is a new adventure for me. I have never tried to write a poem to be sent to Linda J. Wolff Poetry Magazine.
To tell the truth I’m not sure if what I wrote above is a form of poetry.
This was a challenge, enjoyment, adventure, learning, discovery, the opening of a new door for me.
My blog writing can be funny, boring, sincere, informative, delicious, Halloweenish, etc, etc, etc. I use clip art and photos in them to help express what I have written. The old saying ” a picture is worth 1,000 words”.

Posted in Bonkers Away, Ikebana

Ikebana

Hi Everyone!

Ikebana is

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How about

This will brighten anyone’s day when they walk into a room.

Ikebana is the art of Japanese flower arranging. There are a number of different schools of ikebana, each with its own unique requirements. The requirements can involve angling stems in a certain way or choosing specific kinds of arrangements for different types of vases. The flowers used in all the schools are similar. Certain flowers have symbolic meanings in Japanese culture. Combining different flowers gives each ikebana arrangement a symbolic meaning.
For more information go to Garden Guides.com.
https://www.gardenguides.com/126694-flowers-used-ikebana.html

Have a great day! Hope
Photos from Bing.com & Pinterest.com
Article by Ma Wen Jie at Garden Guides.com
Ikebana word & definition from Dictionary.com