Monday, July 27, 2020

Monday WRites 256


[TODAY'S MOSAIC: how i feed me]


[Quadrille - Bramble]

Through the bramble they went,
With basket in hand.
Oh precious time spent;
He, Annie, and sister Rhand.
Since those days were hottest,
And season so dry,
The berries were fullest;
Some to savor, and some for pie.
Nary a thought,
That danger awaits.
© gillena cox 2020

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You've heard about the Monday Blues well this is Monday WRites (musing on the definition here of rite, as any customary observance or
eg the rite of afternoon tea). Welcome to Monday WRites #256: A Happy Monday to all ❧✿❧ It was a rainy thunder-y week with a sunny Wednesday, here last week. We wait to see what the weather holds for us this week


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Blog hopping today with

Mosaic Monday
#90: Vintage Homes

AND


Quadrille#108
Among the Brambles
Prompted by Linda


REVISIT
The Red House
27 JuLY 2015
like a doll's house

42 comments:

  1. Love the poetry early in the morning here.
    Brings me a smile ... 😘
    Happy MosaicMonday

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  2. Hello,

    The afternoon tea looks nice. I hope you have some great weather this week!
    Take care! Have a great day and happy new week!

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    1. Thank you for dropping by Eileen

      Much💖love

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  3. There are some lovely looking plates there, Gillena, love the hexagons.
    Happy MM.

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  4. I'm glad to hear you are ok after the bad storms. Enjoy your day sweet friend!

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  5. Looks like great summer time meals.
    Rough storms here as well, glad you're okay.
    Dawn aka Spatulas On Parade

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  6. Hello Gillena! Happy Monday!
    Your mosaic is full of deliciousness! I also love the cheerful lollipop, We had lots of rain this weekend but we needed it as we were in drought.

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  7. ...Gillena, what a yummy post! Take care and be happy.

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  8. "Some to savor, some for pie" is really all that needs to be said. Well done!

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    1. Thank you for ypur appreciation Alexandra

      Much💖love

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  9. Lovely Gillena! Thanks for joining in.

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  10. Gillena~ lovely poem. you remind me of the berry bushes at my parent's house, and how we would be sent out to collect them. and how we would eat most of them, thus there would be no pie...

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  11. You're right nobody thinks about the dangers of brambles when they set to pick berries.

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  12. Hopefully, there wasn't too much danger in their adventure.

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  13. Gillena - the food in your mosaic really caught my eye - after I write this comment, I am off to get a snack! I hope the only danger in the brambles were the brambles themselves! Thanks for linking to Mosaic Monday!

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  14. Happy you dropped by Angie

    Much💖love

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  15. Your food looks healthy. Have a good week.

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  16. Thanks for dropping by Linda

    Much💖love

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  17. Jane thank you for dropping by

    Much💖love

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  18. Well, now I'm worried. Did danger await?

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  19. Well Bev, according to Linda's story (the inspiration for this poem) there was. Happy you dropped by

    Much💖love

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  20. Hopefully the danger subsides and we merge victorious every time. Lovely write, Gillena 🍇💝

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  21. Thanks for your appreciation Sanaa

    Much💖love

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  22. The fun of picking them up makes up to all the inconveniences. Such childhood fun are good memories Gillena!

    Hank

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  23. Thanks for dropping by Hank

    Much💖love

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  24. Thanks for dropping by Vivian

    Much💖love

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  25. Another vivid poem, Gillena. May the danger bypass them. Take care, my friend. :-)

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  26. Happy you dropped by Su-sieee

    Much💖love

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  27. Thanks for dropping by ARW

    much💖love

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