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Entries for Blog City are here and maybe other surprises.
#862880 added October 14, 2015 at 10:16am
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Blog, Painting, Poetry
Blog City Prompt: Think of your Blog as a mirror. What does it reveal? Blog name, theme choices, design, blog posts. What does every element say about you?


I have two blogs. One theme says: Dreams, Fantasies and Hopes. My other one says Blog City. I always have dreams, hopes and fantasies. I have a woman with black kittens as an image. I love cats. My other Blog has tea cups on it. I love Jane Austen and I collect tee pots, tea cups, wolves, dolls, and other things. I write from Blog posts and sometimes I talk about personal things in my life. You read my Blogs, you know I love writing, animals and I have a job that drives me crazy. I have a happy home life. I love to read, do scrapbooking, go to movies, shopping, go to the zoo, enjoy the rain and hate winter. You will find these elements in my Blog. My Bio is in my Port and I think my Bio and Blog entries tell everything there is to know about me. I add humor to my entries at times and sometimes I am serious. I love thinking about the unknown. I have fears as well. I have a good imagination and I try to be nice to everyone. This about sums it up for me.

BCOF Prompt: "Painting is silent poetry and poetry is a painting that speaks." Plutarch Do you agree? Do you have a different definition of poetry or painting?

I guess painting is silent poetry and poetry is a painting that speaks. A painting can also tell a story. Poetry is a story with fewer words and a painting gives us the imagery and we think of the story or poem that goes with it.

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