Saturday, 28 April 2012

Carry On Tuesday # 153 Saturday April 28th

I'm back from my travels and this week I've chosen for our inspiration the first line of Lord Byron's poem Darkness dating from 1816


Use the words at the beginning or within your work then leave your URL with Mister Linky. A comment would be appreciated.

To read Darkness drop by   Carry On Tuesday Plus

Saturday, 7 April 2012

Carry On Tuesday # 152 / Saturday 7th April

Carry On Tuesday is taking a two week break. Usually when I go on my travels I can be pretty sure of finding a computer to use, but on this trip I will be visiting some pretty remote places and I don't want to make you a promise which I may not be  able to deliver. Mister Linky is staying behind so feel free to have as many stabs at this week's as you like over the coming fortnight. The next prompt will appear on Saturday April 28th unless of course I decide not to come back! Miss you already! Keith.

This week our prompt is the opening of an untitled poem generally known as Lines on a Clock in Chester Cathedral by Henry Twells.

When as a child, I laughed and wept

Use some or all of these these words at the start or within your piece then leave your URL with the oddly titled Mister Linky! A comment will be appreciated. To read this poem go to Carry On Tuesday Plus where you'll also find out where the commonly used title came from.