tagged N

Every Tuesday, step by step, I’m walking with my readers from A to Z, last week we had M (visit tagged M), so this week we have “N” – I’m sure you’ll find a story or a short reflection tagged with “N”! Feel free to add in the comments the link to your personal interpretation of the letter “N”!!! Myself I’ll feature N for NIGHT:


photo via flickr.com by FrizzText – click on the picture to enter his flickr galleries …
frizz-comment: take the photo (shot by my wife Barbara) as a metaphor for my diary words: “there’s a shade behind all lights …”
comments by several readers at wordpress and flickr:
1 – george-b: It will fill the space, next to “There is a crack in everything, that’s how the light get’s in” (Leonard Cohen- Anthem)…. Indeed the sadness behind the joy….Some cannot balance it, the joy around them is too appeasing – oppressing; The shade before the everlasting darkness.
2 – thirdhandart: There is a thinly veiled curtain between one person’s joy and another’s sorrow.
3 – TheWomanAtTheWell: I feel like I’ve been on a train going through a long dark tunnel. Thanks for shining your light for me so I know there’s and end!
4 – semprevento: I think I felt a great sadness. The days go by and leave both of us …. something that is not cleared.
5 – granbee / Rose: Thanks so much for including this shot of the ever-revolving lighted “rides” high above the dark gloomy building. Every time I see a new NASA telephoto of a “new” black hole, I am reminded that dark and light always accompany each other in the universe, both outside and inside ourselves.
6 – frizz-reply: the other part of the wheel is digging through the hell …

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64 responses to “tagged N

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  2. Hi there Frizz! 🙂 Here’s my contribution for this week: N is for Nature – more glorious greens from the Singapore Botanical Garden!



    • hi Myra,
      your Mary-Oliver-quotation:
      “You do not have to be good.
      You do not have to walk on your knees
      for a hundred miles through the desert.
      You only have to let
      the soft animal of your body
      love what it loves…”
      your quotation has been my mental road map
      while baby-sitting last week
      (0ne of my daughters had to make her
      Dr. promotion, so I had this unusual job –
      a chance to refresh my concepts of
      [emotional] education …)


  3. Allyson Mellone

    Frizz, what a photo Barbara took. The image could represent a lot of things…maybe a glimmer of hope in such empty places?


  4. Hi Frizz,
    Thank you again for a great challenge. For ‘N’, my response is “No Such Thing As An Odd Couple.” http://naomibaltuck.wordpress.com/2012/10/24/no-such-thing-as-an-odd-couple/


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  7. Laura Bloomsbury

    such an unusual nightscape – looks almost like a miniature town.
    Hope my entry is not Null and void 😉 http://eljaygee.wordpress.com/2013/04/02/tagged-n-for-null/


    • hi Laura, I like your humorous comment very much:
      “So close to complete metamorphosis, this moth nearly made the tagged M post. Instead it came to naught, eternally attached to the nothingness of its empty pupa. Such is Nature, in a statement of near but yet so far, nigh on, null and void, tagged N post…”


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  10. Here’s mine: “N’s” at the Museum.


    • “…I can’t resist this one: Nosepicking…” –
      nice neighbours’ gallery, Rosanne!
      and I like the comment to your post by “fullstop”:
      “It’s not nice and in fact rather nasty to nosepick, especially when your Norwegian neighbors are nearby nibbling on nachos. That’s never nice, nearly negligent, quite narcissistic and very nasal…”


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  12. Hi Frizz!!!
    I like it very much!
    Here is my entry….
    Hope you like it! A wink to Don Quijote!


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  14. Good morning Frizz. I like your night time. Fun time. I sending along my post on Nepenthe http://angelinem.wordpress.com/2013/04/03/the-letter-n/ Hope you like it.


    • hi Angeline,
      what a look-out!
      N = “Nepenthe. A restaurant located in Big Sur, California 800 feet above the Pacific Ocean. The original land was owned by Orson Welles and Rita Hayworth …”


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  17. Here is mine: Nature’s Daffodils http://wp.me/p23TG1-2rF



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  19. HI, Frizztext. I am glad to have the chance to join. Here is my entry – http://mywordwall.wordpress.com/2013/04/03/tagged-n-for-narcissus/ Thanks a lot. 🙂


  20. You got some great responses on this one, Frizz … Loved Imelda’s and Naomi’s among others.


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  24. “There is a crack in everything, that’s how the light get’s in” … I love this line. This is a great post … both the image and what is written below.

    There were 3 different things I had in mind for your challenge, Frizz. In the end I picked this one. I may post the others with some of the other letter. Happy Letter – N – Day ….


    • “…when you visualize
      you want to change a thought
      that has been creating negativity for you in your life.
      You want to reflect on that thought
      – painful or happy – and
      contemplate if it is something to keep and treasure
      or something that needs to be thoughtfully changed…”
      adding a good illustration
      often changes a negative topic
      to a good one …


  25. Surprising how nefarious the N challenge was! Please have a look at


  26. hi Frizz, i am so sorry for the late submission … i hope you would still appreciate this: http://alwaysbobswife.wordpress.com/2013/04/08/tagged-n-negatives/ — APRIL
    many hours (too many in summertime)
    we spent in dark-rooms to develop
    negatives under red light …


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  29. hi frizz, a bit late again .. here’s my entry for tagged N http://starlight427.wordpress.com/2013/04/09/tagged-n-nachos/
    you’ve just posted tagged O.. Oh my! i’m late …
    served so delicious for the eyes too, Elizz!


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