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Today we are revisiting [or visiting]
Peanuts a syndicated daily and Sunday American comic strip written and illustrated by Charles M. Schulz, which ran from October 2, 1950, to February 13, 2000, continuing in reruns afterward...with philosophical, psychological, and sociological overtones... the characters' interactions form a tangle of relationships.
Peruse the Peanuts cartoons shown [click for larger views], ponder them in a fresh new light, studying each character, until, you think you have found yourself in one of them, OR the nearest possiblity of yourself, at the time of your reading here at Toads.
IF by chance YOU are not there, choose a cartoon you know, which you think defines you, now.
Write a new poem, based on your rediscovery of self, accordingly. Add an image of the cartoon you have choosen for your inspiration. If you are using a cartoon that is not listed. Give us a link to it's source and tell us a tiny something in a note about it.
Limit your words to NOT MORE THAN ONE HUNDRED.
Have fun, looking forward to reading some great writes
“I think; therefore I am” - René Descartes -“Cogito, ergo sum.”
Hi Gillena, Thanks for this great idea. I think there will be many interesting responses.
Also, I added the linky for you and posted it myself as it was scheduled for midday on Sunday instead of Saturday.
I need to look a bit to find one speaking to me... Great challenge.
Looking forward to reading your poem Bjorn
Where is everybody?
I love the first comic. That is so true. :)
I had fun with this. You ended up getting two for the price of one. Gillena, did you mean to suggest your own 'Fold' form? Because it leapt into my mind!
Math isn't funny to me...but Charlie Brown's little sister, Sally is.
These prompts have helped shake me from my funk a bit. Much appreciated.
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Think, everyone's off somewhere, thinking about this one Martin
Looking forward to reading a poem from you Rene
oh no no no Rosemary, this was open to any form of your choice, The constraint was the word count not more than a hundred words
She sure is Angie, and Math gave me no end of trouble in my day
Thanks for you interest Bizza (✿◠‿◠)
I was able to read your poem Kerry
Thanks for participating (✿◠‿◠)
OMG I love Peanuts sooooo much!! Not sure I can do this today but I have it on my mind and hope to participate!! Wonderful, Gillena. xo
Thanks for dropping in Marian, looking forward to reading a poem from. It's so nice that the linky here remains open
Kerry, thanks so much for such a fun prompt. It was a real pleasure to use - problem is I can't remember her name. Hope someone will tell me. Thanks again.
I found the prefect strip
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