Saturday 15 June 2013
Sunday 9 June 2013
Last year I announced that I was to end Carry On Tuesday as the number of contributors had dwindled to such an extent that it made all the work involved unjustifiable. Whereas other prompt sites either publish a word or a picture, Carry On Tuesday requires me to troll through songs, poems and books each week, and Carry On Tuesday Plus involves a fair bit of research too. On that occasion however, I was persuaded to change my mind and I continued. As a result the number of participants quadrupled overnight!
Regrettably I find myself in that position once again and I have decided to bow out; this time there will be no second thoughts! Thank you so much to the loyal few who have stuck with me over the past four years. I'll miss your words, thoughts and inspiration.
For our final prompt I have chosen the title of a wonderful song famously performed by
Sarah Brightman and Andrew Bocelli
Time to say goodbye
Use the words as you wish as part of your short story or poem, then leave your URL with Mister Linky . Don't forget to take a trip around your fellow scribe's sites to see their final contributions.
Posted by Keith's Ramblings at 10:59
Saturday 1 June 2013
This week I've taken as our prompt one the best known songs of all time!
My favourite things
Use the words within your story or poem then leave your URL with Mister Linky. Pleae remember to visit your fellow contributors sites and to leave a message below
To sing along with Julie Andrews pop across to Carry On Tuesday Plus.
Posted by Keith's Ramblings at 15:50
Saturday 25 May 2013
This week our prompt is the opening line from the 1949 movie Adam's Rib
Vive la difference
Use all or part of it within your poem or prose, and then leave the URL of your post with Mister Linky - and a comment would be nice!
To watch the 1949 trailer and read about ADAM'S RIB go to Carry On Tuesday Plus
Posted by Keith's Ramblings at 11:47
Saturday 18 May 2013
There have been many recordings of Cy Coleman and Carolyn Leigh's 1959 song,
among them versions by Tony Bennett and Frank Sinatra. It is of course....
The best is yet to come
Use the words as you will as part of your poem or short story then leave your URL with Mister Linky. Please then take a trip around your fellow writer's sites to see how they have used them.
To read about the song and hear Frank Sinatra crooning it, go to Carry On Tuesday Plus..
Posted by Keith's Ramblings at 11:11
Saturday 11 May 2013
This week we turn to a song from the movie Moulin Rouge for inspiration
Come what may
Use it as you wish as part of your poem or story then hand your URL over to Mister Linky. Please do remember to visit your fellow contributor's sites to see what they made of it.
To hear the song and read the lyrics go to Carry On Tuesday Plus
Posted by Keith's Ramblings at 11:17
Saturday 4 May 2013
This week I have chosen as our prompt part of the title of a poem called Come With Me, I Said, And No One Knew (VII) by Pablo Neruda
Come with me, I said
Use all or part of it at the beginning or within your poem a story, then hand over your URL to Mister Linky. To read a little about Pablo Neruda and read his poem go to Carry On Tuesday Plus
Posted by Keith's Ramblings at 20:53