Friday, February 8, 2013

Date Night Kiss



forgotten
the car keys
and whose fault it was


Copyright © 2013 Jennifer Wagner

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    1. Jennifer!! I'm awarding you the Liebster Award. Congratulations, and here's the link to your award, the rules and passing on the blogging torch:
      http://poemsbychhavivatwani.blogspot.in/2013/02/the-liebster-award.html

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    2. Yay! I'm not really sure what this award is...but yay! You are so thoughtful. :-D I'll be round shortly to check out your link!

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  2. Always always doing it....you said it all...LOL:-))

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  3. this is so sweet.... I remember one night, years ago we were out late, my husband had a gig, we were still newly weds... it was about 2am and the key to our truck broke in his pocket... he was jamming so hard on his keyboards ... they sounded great that night... we had to hitch a ride home with the guitar player!

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    1. ha! thanks for sharing this memory Laura...I enjoyed reading it :-)

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  4. And what made you forget, I wonder? :)

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  5. I am not a fan of haiku, but it is impossible not to like this one. :-)

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  6. Great. There won't be any blaming then :) A lovely weekend to you.

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  7. Love the spinning around of the word "forgotten". Beautiful!

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  8. Thats kind of funny....my hubby too is good at forgetting his keys :D

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  9. love blurs memory...
    the haiku says it all ♥

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  10. Loved it. As always :)

    I always always lose my keys.

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    1. My hubby does and often his wallet...which is cute and endearing...usually lol.

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  11. ha. nice when you can forget whose fault it was as well....have locked mine in the car before...yeesh...smiles...

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    1. uh oh...i've done that...probably most of us have!

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  12. Just love this, and all that your haiku and title evokes... I couldn't help reading your previous post. I was 18, and on a river boat in the Sacramento Delta... isn't it amazing that you can remember certain things with such clarity... your poem about that day, is poignant and as memorable as the event... thanks for dancing with me this coming Thursday!

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    1. I'm looking forward to it Lea :-) Thanks for reading my Postcard 77 post and sharing your memory! I enjoyed reading it. I always appreciate your thoughts on my writes--thanks for visiting :-)

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  13. Well, this is just perfect!!!
    thanks for coming by!

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  14. I think i need a date night too!

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  15. so sultry, sexy and full of promise.
    loved it all...and your title.
    love does make the world go round!

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    1. Rebecca-hi! Can't wait to see more pictures of your trip...you always share such awesome photos. Great to see you and thank you!

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