Saturday, June 4, 2011

Final Truth, a Saturday Centus



Miss Matlock usually allows us to use 100 words for this weekly challenge. This time, though, we only get 25. [Budget cuts? It's rough all over.] The prompt is in bold. As usual, I encourage you to join the class. Please enjoy this and the other offerings.

PS I hope you can see/use the SC button above. Due to some blogger-browser problems, you might be unable to. Sorry. Jenny's blog is here.

Have a safe, peaceful weekend!
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Final Truth

Here's one truth on which we can depend:

All things have their beginning, midpoint and, most notably, the end.

Take this poem, for example, my
(25 words)

32 comments:

  1. Robyn, I love this! Such a clever take on this mini-prompt. But is it a quiz? Should we finish the last sentence for you? If so, I would add the word "friend."

    I always love your stuff!

    Namaste..........cj

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  2. heehee

    Love how you ran out of words and it didn't matter because we all knew...

    =)

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  3. You ran a little short there girly! But you did it! :)~Ames

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  4. Outstanding job Robyn ! You have a real knack with rhymes !!!

    BTW, your new blog look is lovely !

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  5. Is that a circumcised poem, Robyn? That's probably not the right way of describing it, but I wanted to keep it kosher for your sake.

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  6. I rest my case! You are a brilliant woman. I would love to find you a nice Jewish doctor to settle down with, but the only Jewish doctor I know is currently serving life for killing his partner. Ahh! That's life, eh?

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  7. Reading a lot today, no one is impressed with this 25 word limit. Let's hope next week she gives us some slack. Interesting how we all obey her though.

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  8. way to leave us hanging! perfect. Jenny will be proud.

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  9. fantastic, my friend.
    smiles.
    keep us inspired.

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  10. hahaha, you got me!
    cute! cute! cute!

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  11. Thanks, my FRIENDs. There, I said it. Word #26.

    GB, not circumcised, just cut off at the end.

    xoRobyn

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  12. Don't worry, I'll finish the poem for you: My bologna has a first name its Robyn......

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  13. dude i totally finished it in my head! cute!

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  14. Lol. Well done Robyn. Loved it!!

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  15. you are this week's winner!!! Congrats.

    Email me at gillian@homemakers-sa.co.za

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  16. 5 STARZ!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Brilliant,

    LYMI

    J

    8 words.

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  17. what can I say , rendered speechless,
    no wonder i can't find the word for you. :)enjoy your Sunday

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  18. i dunno, rob... lemme know what it's truly like when you reach the 'end'! ;)

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  19. You're incredible. Hope you know that. So clever! I haven't stopped by her blog in a while, heading there now. So many awesome bloggers, so little time.

    FourthGradeNothing.com

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  20. I love this. You can work/word anything xo

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  21. Dear Robyn,
    'love this one! It is short, honest and funny! You can be so darn clever!
    A great little quarter-centus-text!
    Thanks for visiting my post.
    Best wishes & hugs,
    Anna
    For the benefit of other readers:
    Miss O'Hara's Last Words" SC wk 57

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  22. great ryhming and so true too!

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  23. What a wickedly clever way to run out of words.

    Like leaving the last line out of a favorite song...

    We all sang right along with you.

    Bravo, Miss Robyn.

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  24. What a way to end it!
    And you are finally in my Google Reader again. So happy!

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  25. Sweet thing! My reader is listing about 5000 entries from you all at once. What's up?

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  26. Haha. I loved that. :) Very clever Robyn!!

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