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Good morning.

25/Oct/09 12:00 AM
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Good Maen
25/Oct/09 12:00 AM
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Good morning all, and thank you for the nice comments about my photos yesterday! Today, here are two new insect pics for your pre-Halloween Creepy Crawly delight; a dragonfly and a tiny bee.
25/Oct/09 12:06 AM
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It's here! I still have to go to this conference but got to wake up an hour later at least.
A ! Jim, you have sent enough shudders down my back, thank you!
25/Oct/09 12:15 AM
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2:27 "The heavens declare the glory of God; the skies proclaim the work of His hands." Psalm 19:1
25/Oct/09 1:04 AM
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As the drying wind is jostling leaves upon their black, autumnal boughs;
rustling speaks to those departed siblings that skim across the ground.
Now unfettered, fallen leaves explore the woodland glade, to blindly browse,
until, like drifting snow, each comes to More...
25/Oct/09 1:10 AM
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Very fine, Rayray. This latest from you belongs with "In a Station of the Metro."

25/Oct/09 1:29 AM
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Happy Saturday!
Spending the weekend in Las Vegas with Hubby. Enjoyed Prime Rib dinner for $12.99 last night. May try my luck on the slot machines in a little bit...
25/Oct/09 1:39 AM
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2:05 Hi to all. The sun is out...lovely.

Thought for the Day:

Happiness is the act of being tough with ourselves and tender with others.
25/Oct/09 1:51 AM
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As you know I take respectful note of your criticisms of my poems, and I am pleased you like the one posted today, which I wrote over the past two days. The imagery is similar to that within the poem to which you refer. However Ezra Pound’s poem is in Haiku format, and is a very economic More...
25/Oct/09 2:05 AM
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What is a witch with poison ivy called?

... An itchy witchy!
25/Oct/09 2:14 AM
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Which brings to mind ... What is a witch with PMS called?

... a *itchy witchy!
25/Oct/09 2:19 AM
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What does Plum wear for Halloween? A plum costume, of course. What else?
25/Oct/09 2:31 AM
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Or, maybe I should say a fairy costume? A sugar plum fairy costume!
25/Oct/09 2:33 AM
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It didn't take me too long to find the poem from 1994 that I mentioned - more of a Haiku structure.
Here it is. It has matured over 15 years.

(Raymond Wray Groves; November 1994)

1) SPRING, a spectrum of awakening greens;
verdant receptors, More...
25/Oct/09 2:40 AM
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For your weekend puzzling pleasure:

Two men went deep into the Dutch Forest: one, a small, meek man; the other, a monster.

They walked for days, until, out of food, they got desperate. The monster More...
25/Oct/09 2:46 AM
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It is already 2 degrees warmer today than it was yesterday, but still cold.
25/Oct/09 2:50 AM
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Forgot to change my face this morning
25/Oct/09 2:51 AM
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thats better!
25/Oct/09 2:58 AM
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What's a cold, evil candle called?

... The wicked wick of the north!
25/Oct/09 3:02 AM
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You have probably seen this on Facebook or something similar but...


Don't hold a cup of coffee while you watch it!!
25/Oct/09 3:15 AM
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25/Oct/09 3:18 AM
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Beautiful photo by Nal & poetry by Rayray today. You never know what treats can be found here in Sudokuland. Hope everyone is well & happy. Enjoy your weekend.
25/Oct/09 3:34 AM
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Ray, I like both of those. Autumn (my favorite time of year) described as a "blazing farewell" and
"bounty just gone in leafy rainbows" are perfect descriptions!
25/Oct/09 3:37 AM
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That snake in the You-tube clip may not be as long as one I ran over in Queensland in the 70's. About 200 metres ahead of me, I saw what looked like a thick rope across the road. As I neared to about 100 metres I realised it was a large snake slowly winding its way across the road. I More...
25/Oct/09 3:39 AM
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I am going to carve my pumkin exactly according to your present avatar!!
25/Oct/09 3:45 AM
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25/Oct/09 3:45 AM
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About 3 hours ago there was a big (m7.0) quake in the Banda Sea about 700 kms North of Darwin
25/Oct/09 3:59 AM
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25/Oct/09 4:00 AM
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Nice sunrise photo, Nal! Matheson Hammock was the first place my then-baby son ever saw the ocean from, way back in March of 1996. South of there, the damage from Andrew was still evident, while farther north, in Coconut Grove itself, the big, old trees still remained. We lived in Chicago at the More...
25/Oct/09 4:34 AM
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What has webbed feet, feathers, fangs and goes quack quack?

... Count Duckula!
25/Oct/09 4:45 AM
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What kind of music do mummies listen to?

25/Oct/09 4:57 AM
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What sort of a noise does a baby ghost make?

25/Oct/09 5:25 AM
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Why do ghosts stay in one place?

They prefer their old haunts
25/Oct/09 5:28 AM
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Have you heard of the old wizzened witch who behaved like a prune by casting evil smells instead of evil spells?
25/Oct/09 5:33 AM
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Rayray, the biggest concern I have over your sanke story is that you didn't kill it by running over it!!!!!
25/Oct/09 5:45 AM
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Goblin, I have really enjoyed your Halloween jokes - keep it up!
25/Oct/09 5:46 AM
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Rayray, I didn't know Halloween was celebrated in England with carved pumpkins etc
25/Oct/09 5:47 AM
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sanke = snake :(
Those pesky fingers just don't go where I want them to all the time!
25/Oct/09 5:48 AM
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2:18, everyone.
25/Oct/09 5:49 AM
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