Monday, August 22

For Sale

It's window shopping,
not the usual method.
Smiles three-a-penny.


 
With thanks to Tess for her prompt at Magpie Tales.

26 comments:

  1. HaHa! The notorious 5/7/5 format of another Haiku, even though all the lines are the same length!
    "Bien fait encore, petite Cherie!"

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  2. Doc- 5/7/5 is the format for saying the most with the least. Merci à toi, mon petit chou. You are not as green as you are cabbage looking...

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  3. Lovely piece, Jinksy, they certainly look happy in that photo.

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  4. Nice Haiku. 'Window shopping' I like that.

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  5. Interesting concept... I suppose if you were shopping or trawling for fun, friends-Hmmm- I like it thanks!

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  6. this works - brings up an image of one street small town...nostalgia

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  7. Window shopping..love it...the travelers or the photographer

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  8. Growing up NJ, the stores used to closed on Sundays because of "blue laws"...so we 'd drive around and window shop instead.

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  9. wow that is pretty cheap for a penny...smiles. nice touch today...smiles.

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  10. Hadn't thought about window shopping; creative interpretation.

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  11. I love the window shopping, very well done!

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  12. Ah you sure do have a way with words, you are not so green for sure!

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  13. Going cheap for three a penny:)

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  14. Smiles can achieve miracles and so can Japanese poetic forms.

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  15. Haha...this is too good...I loved this :)

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  16. Indeed a great way to go shopping without spending.

    Why am I now thinking they had water balloons in the back seat to throw out the window?

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  17. Tattered and Lost - it's because you must have a wicked sense of humour! LOL

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  18. Your words and the picture say it all!

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  19. Grand show my friend, go spend all your money.

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  20. Window shopping...I like it! I agree with others that smiles should be worth more :-)

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