Eugi’s Weekly Prompt – Enchanted – Nov. 11, 2021

enchanted

forest fairies

intoxicating

“Watch with glittering eyes the whole world around you because the greatest secrets are always hidden in the most unlikely places. Those who don’t believe in magic will never find it.” – Roald Dahl

Your Weekly Prompt – Enchanted – Nov. 11, 2021

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“I would rather be amongst forest animals and the sound of nature, than amongst city traffic and the noise of man.” Anthony D. Williams.
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29 Comments

  1. I think I saw her today… autumnal haiku collection

  2. Lovely 🙂🦋

  3. Hi Eugenia, I don’t appear to be seeing you in my reader! I’ve tried unfollowing and following again, so hopefully that will help!
    However, I’ve found you again now, and in response to your Enchanted post, here’s one of my own: https://wp.me/pVkLb-5C6

    • Hi, Tom! I moved my blog from WP.com to a self-hosted blog.

      • I thought that could’ve been the reason, so I’ve managed to set up notifications for when you post… although that may not be working properly either as I received a notification for a post from 2016! It’s all fun though! 🙂

      • When I moved to a self-hosting blog, many of my posts didn’t migrate. I ended up moving over 100 posts using the old standby – copy/paste. Some of the posts date back to 2016 and in order for the sequence to make sense, I reposted those with a back date. However, I meant to post them as private, which one slipped through the cracks. Things seem to be running smoother now. 😊

  4. I know I usually use the word prompt in my poems but it just didn’t feel necessary this time. 😉 You know how I feel about beaches. https://iwriteher.com/2021/11/13/of-my-own-making/

  5. Enchanted is the way the moon hangs in the sky ,
    glowing
    Enchanted is the way my heart beats when love appears
    knowing
    Enchanted is the way the sun decides to hold me secretly
    rising
    Enchanted are my dreams and stories I hear before sleep comes
    dreaming

    My enchanted hopes of a life to slay,
    The spell is cast
    Hope fills my days
    The magic outside just never ceases
    to beguile
    Charming with songs
    Wisdom from a child.

    Enchanted is the way the trees bow at my feet
    Enchanted are the lights on the busy highway streets
    The enchantment may be from the sound of the waves
    A silent spell of wonder
    That fills my joyful days

    *** Ok fellow poets and word-crafters, seems I’m always daydreaming here . This is good – my happy space. Thank you Eugenia. Will see how it unfolds and publish and paste link.
    Thank you everyone, enjoy your weekend!

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  7. https://poetryofthenetherworld.blogspot.com/2021/11/november-pad-challenge-day-16-skeletons.html
    It isn’t a terribly enchanting poem I’m afraid, but the word is in there!

  8. I fear that WordPress really doesn’t like me so I can’t share my enchanting poem, but I did write one. I’ll try breaking down my blog’s URL in case anyone wishes to visit.
    poetryofthenetherworld
    dot
    blogspot
    dot
    com

  9. WordPress sucks and thinks my URLs are spam. But I did write a poem.

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