Feel free to blog,
Feel free to decide.
Look at the blue image of the sea,
what do you see?
I see a snow bear
with NO hair;
I see a hole
with a plastic pole;
I see a sir
Who makes a curious stare;
I see a prank
Inside a water tank…
wow, come on,
Let’s write about our own life song.
Any questions? Ask Eric,
Enjoy the fun, No panic!
A poet, a talented and very supportive blogger, Eric, has his very first prompt posted today, write a story, a poem, or a funny caption based on the image he provided, comment and leave your link to let him know…he will visit you and have fun!
This is also an entry 4
Jingle Poetry Week 4 Monday Poetry Potluck
56 thoughts on “What Can You See?”
You’re the best, Jingle! Thanks for being the first participant for my photo.
That picture was taken in the Artic Ring of Life exhibit at the Detroit Zoo. There’s a long plexiglass tunnel that goes under the water where the polar bears and seals swim. (Not together obviously) It’s also where I took THESE pictures.
Very nice. I guess you didn’t see my birthday wish to you on my blog Here. Have a great day 🙂
I like this one.
love the poem and the new look, makes u feel refreshed xxx
Warmest Salad, as always 😉
I feel the swimming feet in your words, the water, cold. The words, loving them.
THANK YOU for a fine read as always, Jingle.
I Love your header.
Awesome write Jingle! I am going to check out Eric’s prompt as soon as I can!
I love that my first community blogging experience includes you!
divine…..eye = eye
truth remains truth irrespective the forward or reverse viewing…….without any comments…….
with comments one view what mind wants to see…….
two eyes merging to bring third dimensional eye …..eye to view things in balanced perspective is third eye of lord “shiva” the yoga of senses…
You are the best Ji in supporting and helping bloggers.. You are a priceless blogger found in this blogging world.. I loved your poem..
–Someone Is Special–
only u can write like this ji 😛
HILARIOUS!! 😀 😉
A fun and fresh take on the picture, Ji, great job 🙂
Thanks for the information about Eric’s prompt, will pay a visit there 🙂
This was fun Jingle. I was laughing with how you played out with the words. Thanks!
I can see clearly now the bear is bare
It’s gonna be a bright sun-shiny Eric’s day..
tQ for the NO panic bubbly FUN likey ’em.
Really like this one.
there is a music an optimism to this that is comforting
Very good play on words, Jingle.
Thank you for inviting me.
Playful and fun…I like that!
Great poem and pic.
Haha, I like that.
well, that was fun 😀
Clever. Cute … good work and wonderful poem and photo to complement it. Nice! Thanks, Ji.
I am having fun =P Wonderfully written, great job =P
No doubt about it.. a very beautiful one.. this is such a treat to read that the 1st thing in the morning..
Have fun.. enjoying already.. 😀
Lovely image. Lovely words. Darling darling poet .
A fun post, Jingle!
I really like this. It’s almost like inquiring about a story, when the story is happening right in front of your eyes.
I see… a polar bear!!!!!
Very entertaining 🙂 Thanks for the good & nice “passing afternoons” you create for us, your readers.
Love the imagery and the picture. There was a polar bear at the Central Park Zoo… so depressing. No mate, no other bear to play with. He was seriously depressed and turning sort of yellow. I complained to the zoo to no avail. This kid looks happy and at least is not out there in the rapidly warming Arctic struggling to find a free ice floe…
Great stuff, Jingle! You make happy with words, oh, you know what I mean!!! Amy
With you, there’s always the element of fun in your poetry. You should consider writing something like the Dr. Seuss books. 🙂
Fun poem, perfectly matching the picture.
positive vibes all over; as always !!
Refreshing, positive, fun.
fun poem. loved the light tone of it.
sorry i haven’t been online the last couple of days. intend to check out the potluck entries today.
interesting write…ur imagination beats me, jingle.
this is really beautiful… light, funny and entertaining. well done, jingle! sorry i have been a bit “off” lately and i missed to greet you on your birthday. belated happy, happy, happy birthday jingle! here’s wishing you more years of poetry writing and blogging, good health and prosperity. muahhhhhhhhhhhh!!!
You’re right – that bear is looking rather bald. Your poem made me laugh – very nice.
wow, come on,
Let’s write about our own life song.
poetry is all about writing the songs on life. 🙂
I do not think the person is a person. He is the ocean and he is simply watching himself as an animal 🙂
Thanks Jingle….so much fun!
I see what you mean
floating free and in-between.
A bear with white hair
hiding goodies never seen.
I treasure your encouraging words, J. 🙂
This is such a fun poem.
PS ; Are you doing a rally this week?
Delightful, Jingle..just delightful…
Your poem is delivering the fun, Ji 🙂 Definitely.
see me on http://loveamongotherthings.wordpress.com/2010/10/06/memories/
it’s a new one…
sorry Jin, was bit busy thesedays..
Wonderful look…the bear..the hole..the two snow balls,all blue and white…the poem of yours is inviting me to write one..Keep it up ,Jingle….you are truly a support for all poeters
Really like this one Ji. Your lines in the middle about The bear with no hair and such were really good at evoking a strong mental image. Cheers!
aaww..such a cute poem Ji 🙂
this was so cute 🙂
You always know how to put a smile on my face Ji…
Sorry for not being able to participate in the potluck as much as I would like to..
Hope you understand..I promise to do my best next week
Very cute and fun Jingle!
A gorgeous write for that photo…well done, Jingle. 🙂
You are marvelous poet Ji. The poem is really full of wisdom.
What a fun and bubbly poem! It’s full of life and imagination. I love it. Thanks for the share. 🙂
fun and funny with great rhyme 😀
I find myself coming to your blog more and more often to the point where my visits are almost daily now!