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Wednesday, March 26, 2014

Now I Shall Be Spectacular


A seed blew into my garden. It took root, sprouted and grew unnoticed until wisps of honeysuckled air come-hithered me. So spectacular was the flower that I gobbled it up, fruit and all.

33 words for the last . No topic, no word, just a free write.
Lisa. Joules. You rock. Trifectans. < 3

50 comments:

  1. I like this a lot Kymm. Your work never disappoints.

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    1. What are you doing here? I ate you all!
      Hahaha. Thank you for your vote of confidence, Thom! It's really nice to hear. I'm glad you like the post, too.
      See you in some prompt somewhere, sometime... : )

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  2. A seed blew into my garden - such a powerful beginning. The rest of it is lucid as well.

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    1. Thank you, TIZ! Lucidity so often eludes me...
      See you at the next prompt stop!

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  3. And then I noticed the headline....Great text!

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    1. Ah! Haha! Thank you, shannoncity!
      Will be keeping an eye out around the internet for you dictionary fiends : )

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    1. Glups.
      Well, that is a lovely thing to say. Thank you, Jennifer.
      (I wasn't fishing, though, honest!)
      I'm sure we will be in each other's cyberspace : )

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    1. Thank you, Mel! That's very sweet.

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  6. Gorgeous, Kymm, and I *adore* the title, even though I agree with whispatory. :) I am so, so glad our paths crossed - I hope they don't stray too far.

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    1. : )
      Thank you, Christine!
      You know our paths will be within shouting distance, at the least. 42 words looks doable.

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  7. You had me well before "come-hithered" but that cinched it! This is beautiful and you ARE spectacular. Here's to continued interaction!!!

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    1. Hehehe
      Thank you so much, Gina! I'm quite confident our interaction will continue : )

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  8. come-hithered me... I am using that!

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    1. Pony up, Ted! That cost me a whole fucking day of head scratching!

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  9. I'm in the crowd who loves come-hithered me. That is excellent, and you are indeed spectacular, already. ;)

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    1. Ha! Crowd. You're a doll, Momo!
      Thank you so much for your kind words.
      Catch you on the flip side!

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  10. You are spectacular! So glad to have met you here!

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    1. Thank you, Renee! The feeling is mutual. Let's try not to be strangers!

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  11. Shall I speak the same? It is quite true, after all- you are spectacular and so is this write! See ya later. ;D

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    1. Thank you, Renada, but you are the spectacular one!
      Be seein ya : )

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  12. Wow-this piece gobbled me up too Kymm-it really grew on me!Am I glad to have met you here on Trifecta-you bet!Thank ypu for all the love you showed through your constant reading and fun comments-you were one of the Trifectans whose comment I used to look forward to always :D love you Kymm and hope we remain in touch-only prob is you are on Google and I am on WP but am adding my email (follow by email option on your blog) and hope we get to meet and read each other,all the best xx

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    1. NAM! NAM!
      Thank you, Atreyee! You are unfailingly kind and generous in everything you write (oh, except for all those murders...)
      I'll figure out the WP-Blogger issues at some point. I've bookmarked everyone's blog for now.
      I look forward to meeting up with you again!

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  13. That is exceptionally good. Still chanting 'come-hithered me... '

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    1. Thank you, Aesop! That is so nice to hear. Chant away!

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  14. From so gentle to so greedy. Wonderful metaphor. And, as others have said, you are already spectacular, but hope all that fruit helps anyway.

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    1. Not feeling like you've been chewed over???
      Thank you, Sarah Ann, for your lovely words. The fruit - you, Trifectans - has helped and will continue helping. That's the nature of Trifecta!
      *wipes mouth*

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  15. Love the way you made feel all warm and fuzzy, then you made me giggle.

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    1. Oh, how excellent. Thanks for the love, Debbie!

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  16. This is great! I'm with the huge group that adores "honeysuckled air come-hithered me" - love that :) I'm glad I've had the opportunity to read your work on Trifecta.

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    1. Oh, thanks for the love, Janna!
      Wherever we find each others' work again, we'll always be Trifectans!

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  17. "Honey-suckled air". What a gorgeous supplement to this scene you've created. Gorgeous work. :)

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    1. Oohhh that's so nice of you to say. Thank you, Jess!

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  18. This is beyond spectacular... I'm blown away by what your 33 can do! :-) Thoroughly loved it, Kymm!

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    1. Hehehe Just don't go landing in my garden again. Thanks for the love, Madhura!

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  19. I've used come hither as an adjective, but never a verb - love it!

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    1. Pushing that envelope! Thanks for the love, Marc!

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    1. And thus, Belly-Blossom Girl is born!
      Thank you, John!

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  21. This is, quite literally, spectacularly delicious. I have no other words, you have them all already and they are marvellous. Go-hither and be fabulous! Thanks for linking up and always being a gem!

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    1. Haha Yes I told you I gobbled them up.
      Thank you for your ever encouraging words, Tri!
      And thank you, Laura : )

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  22. noooo don't eat me!! Great write Kymm, if you ever come to France one day give me a shout (mainly you because Spain is closer than America and all of those faraway places Trifectans come from)... I don't know if my email is on my blog but if not you could just add it in a comment, not that you'd want to go to Paris when you live in Barcelona (it's so much cooler) ;)

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    1. Haha Sorry, you've already been digested.
      I will be sure to give you a shout out if I go to Paris. My daughter says she wants to study at the Sorbonne, so who knows? And the same for you if you venture down to Barcelona!
      Thank you, bookworm!

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    1. I thank you kindly, Ann. You take care as well.

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  24. Oh Kymm. How wonderful is this! As wonderful as honeysuckled air come hithering me! Oh how I've enjoyed your writing! :D

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    1. Thank you so much, Linda! The feeling is perfectly mutual : )

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