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Tuesday, 30 April 2019


The Wednesday Muse # 4

Many aplogies, Toni, for my late arrival.
So pleased I have my internet back.
As the saying goes,
"Better late than never!"

This week Toni has set us a dancing picture prompt and asked us to write a short poem of exactly 44 words.
This format is called a quadrille

Let's Dance

Our music is playing
Come, let us dance.
It goes without saying,
You look right for romance.

Your eyes say it for you,
There's no need for a word.
I can feel tensions building,
That sighing, I heard.

There's lots I should tell you.

(44 words)

But I've run out of words!!! . . lol

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Eddie Bluelights
30 April 2019

Thank you Tony. The prompt can be seen by pressing HERE

And Carrie runs The Sunday Muse, see HERE


  1. Excellent Eddie! Glad you have your internet back!

    1. Thanks, Michelle.
      I was completely lost without it!

  2. The eyes and sighs can say so much! A lovely Quadrille Eddie! Glad your internet is back!

  3. Couldn't you run out and get more words? I hear they come in herds.

    1. lol ... more words are not allowed
      Only 44 in a Quadrille, so he just bowed.
      So he didn't say another word
      And used sign language, how absurd,
      She really liked him so uit didn't matter
      So it was not necessary for him to natter . . . . . lol

      Nice to see you here Pat, the cat . . :)

  4. How fun. And I love the painting, too. :)

  5. Replies
    1. Thank you Karen. How lovely to see you. I am so glad you have returned to BlogLand. Will pop over soon.

  6. Told you you were a poet. You ARE! :)

    1. Thanks Blue. Great to see you. Hope you are in the pink. :)

  7. Great piece of poetry! Nice job :)

  8. Nice post. thanks for sharing with us.

  9. Ha, this is such a charming poem for limited words. I simply adore this piece : ) Look forward to reading more.


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