i hope you see the other side of the invasion soon enough...smile.s
Great Sunday 160. Thanks for playing.
who is holding on? :)
I think I have said it in many more words a bit differently ..as usual.. but you amaze me always.. love reading you here..and thanks you fro a prompt that touched somewhere deep..
Must be very interesting words all over!! Did they march aggressively to invade or had grander plans and still live in hope?? ;)
A poem that can have meanings both dark and light.Larry
Someone poured wax on your notebook and it scatters feelings willy-nilly!Good one! Thanks.
That's some invasion you have going on there--very clever.Gayle ~
Thanks for such a fun prompt.Love your words, always so thought-provoking.
People do have a way of getting under one's skin.
Interesting take on the prompt.
Feels as bit like the impossibility of not breathing. Life. A chance to win. Love the last two lines. Please have a good new week.daily athens
I can truely relate...it is the invisible words which can invade a person`s space...
our notebooks do know!they keep secrets too.
Very clever and interesting write. Nicely done!http://charleslmashburn.wordpress.com/2011/08/18/i-am-loved/
refreshing write! my potluck.. http://fiveloaf.wordpress.com/2011/04/09/summer-wind/
very well done and this can have a meaning in both side of light and darkhttp://gatelesspassage.com/2011/08/27/the-island-breeze/
Ah Tami so true but wonderful. Keep them close.Melanie
so true and very beautiful ...