Saturday 2 October 2010

Carry On Tuesday # 73

Your prompt for Tuesday October 5th

 Our prompt this week is the first
few words of a Shakespeare sonnet.

Where art thou Muse....?

 Feel free to use the prompt loosely, changing it into modern English if you so wish

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

For the complete work plus Shakespeare’s best known sonnet,  visit Carry On Tuesday Plus


  1. A quick comment before eating breakfast. That's the comment!

  2. I think we all wonder where our Muse wanders! Great idea for a prompt!

  3. Ah well, friends, this asks for something Shakespearean - a sonnet it is!

  4. So, now to invoke the fickle Muse with a prompt! Thanks.

  5. My post is titled "Musing Around Giverny and Vernon". Giverny, which I've visited several times, was Monet's home in Vernon, France.

  6. I look forward to reading everyone this week. It may take me a while. My internet is being beyond stupid.

    Love and Light,


  7. I hit upon the old page of yours while blog hopping, and without realizing, i wrote a post based on that prompt ! It hit me only when i was visiting other blogs ! Here it is if any one wants to read :

  8. Another great prompt, thanks for posting it.

    Mine's done. :-)

  9. Had fun with this one, thanks!

  10. we all carry on tuesday
    what was held back on sunday
    to aMUSE ourselves with
    for editing purposes
    or simply to wing it
    by posting the scribbles left on the page
    before midnight stikes and it's wednesday

  11. I think Carry On Tuesday is my Muse. I am getting ready for my publisher's fall conference but I couldn't resist the call of your prompt.

  12. Look under the leaves! I think that is where I found mine... and I am with Nara. Carry on Tuesday is a potent muse for me as well.

  13. Ok, interesting prompt - thought the muse had deserted me but she came back with a vengeance!

  14. Back home at last. I'll back to read later, but I chased my muse up hill and down dale in order to be able to post this ridiculous rubbish!