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Hey folks! Hope you’re all having a lovely weekend?! 🤞🙏😁 Welcome once again to my weekly Blog Recap with links to all the blogs I posted during the previous week. So, without further ado.

On Monday I posted my 1st motivational running quote of the week. Here’s the link:

This was followed up by my regular Blog Goals for the Week Ahead where I set out my blog schedule and creative goals for the coming week. The link is here:

On Tuesday we got caught up in a Bird’s Nest with my response to Sadje’s weekly #WDYS #WhatDoYouSee Poetry Prompt. Here’s the link to it:

Later on that day I responded to a prompt by Jo aka Worms over at d’Verse where she challenged us to write a Quadrille poem about “Morning”. The link to it is below:

On Wednesday I posted my 2nd Running quote of the week for ye guys. The link to it is here:

This was followed by the much anticipated return of my Brilliant Blogger Poet series which this week featured a profile on Bogdan Dragos. Here’s the link:

On Thursday we took our weekly trip down movie memory lane with some more re-views of my old cinema reviews from 2008. This week we looked back at Charlie Wilson’s War & Dan In Real Life. Here’s the link:

On Friday I posted my 3rd motivational running quote of the week challenging us to just get up and go running. The link is below:

Later on that day I responded to another d’Verse Poetics prompt encouraging us to compose a poem on the word “Scents” in whatever fragrance we chose. Here’s the link:

On Saturday I wrote a piece reflecting on “Poetry: Deep Rhythmic Feeling of the Unknown.” The link to it is below:

Last night, to wrap it all up, I shared my final inspirational running quote of the week reminding us of how much fun running can be! 🏃‍♂️😁 Here’s the link:


This week Sadje encouraged us to write a piece based on this image which shows a bird’s nest outside a birdhouse holding four white and black speckled eggs. You can see a few flowers, sticks, and a vase on the side of the nest. Here’s my contribution:


Your hair is like a bird’s nest
Speckled with twigs & leaves
And new life wrapped in a shell
Black and white
A knotty; forested mess
You spend so much time
Decorating this little corner
For your avian friends,
Even making a small house
For them to feed & rest
With some pretty flowers & a vase
That some would go as far as saying
You’re away with the birds
But my friend, I digress
And the fairies, might disagree
For this particular bird
Composing this rhyme
Has found a home here
I’m happy to confess

Should you wish to participate in it then you can access it through the following link:

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