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RonovanWrites Weekly #Wordless #Haiku Rewind #16

RonovanWrites Weekly #Wordless #Haiku Rewind #16

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Badge provided by Dazzling Whimsy.  REWIND #16 Click the site names to see the Wordless Haiku for each. The prompts they participants COULD use if they wished to were Candy & Fruit. The prompts are only if you cannot come up with an idea. ? Georgia of Through The Eyes of…

Wordless Wednesday: A Gift of a Picture beats just about anything.

Wordless Wednesday: A Gift of a Picture beats just about anything.

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RonovanWrites Weekly #Wordless #Haiku Rewind #11

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Badge provided by Dazzling Whimsy.  REWIND #11 Click the site names to see the Wordless Haiku for each. The prompts they participants COULD use if they wished to were Sugar & Spice. The prompts are only if you cannot come up with an idea. ? Bastet of Bastet’s and Sekhmet’s Library…

RonovanWrites Weekly #Wordless #Haiku Rewind #10

RonovanWrites Weekly #Wordless #Haiku Rewind #10

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Badge provided by Dazzling Whimsy.  REWIND #10 Click the site names to see the Wordless Haiku for each. The prompts they participants COULD use if they wished to were Passion & Bored. The prompts are only if you cannot come up with an idea. Jen of Blog It or Lose It!…

Wordless Wednesday: Stone Mountain From the Tram

Wordless Wednesday: Stone Mountain From the Tram

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RonovanWrites Weekly Wordless Haiku Rewind #9

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Badge provided by Dazzling Whimsy.  REWIND #9 Click the site names to see the Wordless Haiku for each. ? Blog It or Lose It! : A couple of conversations inspired by the Haiku about how to do it. Was an enjoy to see the images and read the conversations. I think…

RonovanWrites Weekly Wordless Haiku Rewind #8

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Badge provided by Dazzling Whimsy.  REWIND #8 Click the site names to see the Wordless Haiku for each. (Can anyone tell school has started back up in the United States?) ? Blog It or Lose It! : “The collage/wordless haiku is fantastic . . .”-Bastet (Georgia) of Bastet and Sekhmet’s Library…

Wordless Wednesday: Perseverance

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Guesses & Solution Ronovan Writes Wordless Haiku Decipher Challenge #7

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  I first want to thank DazzlingWhimsy for creating this badge for the challenge. If you need Tips on how to play visit the Haiku Challenges Guidelines page. ? RonovanWrites Wordless Haiku Decipher Challenge #7 ? No participants this week. ? ? ? ? ? ? Time After Time My ?…

Ronovan Writes Wordless Haiku Decipher Challenge #7

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RonovanWrites Wordless Haiku Decipher Challenge #7 I first want to thank DazzlingWhimsy for creating this badge for the challenge. If you need Tips on how to play visit the Haiku Challenges Guidelines page. ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?   ? ? ? ? ? ?…

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