what a wonderful piece of history
Elegiac, suz.I still have a copy of Girl, Stolen waiting to hear the address it should go to...Have a great week.
if only it really ended all wars...
I really liked your entry this week-sad but true...
Thanks! this is cool-
I like the mystery that surrounds this photo! I am glad I stopped by today!
I hope the person "speaking" can solve the mystery. Nice one!
I have to admit that I'm really fond of strictly spiritual blogs, but after looking yours over I just wanted to be a follower. There's something for everyone here. Really noce blog with good posts.I have added myself to follow your blog. You are more than welcome to visit my blog and become a follower also.
Not only does this microfiction have me wanting to read the rest of the story (What a great intro to an incredible historic, epic-y Romance this would be!), your title for it is equally intriguing!
An intriguing post...it does compel us to learn more!So glad I've discovered your site...I love your bird nest haiku, as well...:)LynetteImagination Lane
Your words, though few, inspire so many thoughts...
These are such wonderful prompts. Thanks for your visits, Suz. I've been blocked from my blogs, hijacked actually, and am trying to get them back.
p.s. I have picked up my previous monicker, Lakeviewer, instead of Rosaria just to visit my old friends.
Nice microfiction...a mystery!
So that means you can pretend he's anyone at all...a famous lover of your great-grandma...a pool-boy on your estate...the principal of your high-school! Good MM!
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