Monday, April 13, 2020

Monday WRites 241

[ in today's Inspiration Mosaic all photos mine, edits done in PicsArt]

The open air concert planned for The Promenade, would be the first 'Bandleaders Thank You' to mas players, costume designers and onlookers.
Persons could stream in and stay the length or take in the day's event in parts, choosing what time and which singer they desired to hear.

The days were still sunny and the age old tree branches spread, some in inflorescence. Surely no one would want to sit in this fete. Benches would be empty of those old geysers who came to play draughts for coins, even though they couldn't spend the coins,
not in today's high cost of living. One had better have some dollar notes if needed to buy a loaf.

Then out of the clear blue - Days of Quarantine. Stay home, all media options cautioned. And so, no one left and no one came on the bare platform stage.
© gillena cox 2020


Wishing all A Happy Season of Easter
You've heard about the Monday Blues well this is Monday WRites (musing on the definition here of rite, as any customary observance or practice eg the rite of afternoon tea). Welcome to Monday WRites #241: A Happy Monday to all ❧✿❧


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Blog hopping today with

Mosaic Monday
#75: Let's Go to the Beach!


Prosery: Edward Thomas
Prompted to use the lines no one left and no one came on the bare platform, from the poem
Adlestrop in a flash fiction of no more than 144 words


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