tagged k

Tuesday’s A to Z challenge: “k”

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Event Type: General Blogging

Start Date: Tuesdays, recurring weekly

Description: Every Tuesday I offer the “A to Z challenge”, walking step by step through the alphabet.
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Last week we had the “tagged j”-challenge, so this week we’ll create a new turn with “k” – I’m sure you’ll also find a photo, a story or a music title tagged with “k”! Feel free to add in the comments below the link to your personal interpretation of the letter “k”!!! Myself I’ll focus on “Kansas City”:

KANSAS CITY

photo below was taken by David Haggard in Kansas City (click on the photo to enter his galleries on flickr); the music is from my “virtual jam session” project at wikiloops and soundcloud!
the green door
related:
me making music sitting by a green door like in Kansas City:

inspiring K-photos:

Hello !

and here’s KEB’ MO:

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writer, photographer, guitarist

44 responses to “tagged k

  1. Pingback: A-Z Challenge: “K” | Edge of the Forest

  2. Oooooh yeah, it’s good to wake up in the morning with that.

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  3. Well that woke me up 🙂

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  4. Pingback: K is for … Kilt | Travel with Intent

  5. Great start to the day. Here si my contribution, with a Scottish note: http://travelwithintent.com/2014/03/18/k-is-for-kilt-edinburgh/

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    • hi Debbie,
      recently I saw some Kilt men in Germany, I was surprised at first, but then realized: “there must be a soccer match in town vs. a Scottish team”; soon I saw the leader of the fan group jumping up on a table, there he trained his fellows to response to some short shouted slogans…
      P.S.:
      I have a friend, a Scottish guitarist, Ian McAulay, every time when he plays his electric guitar, it sounds like a gang of bagpipes on their way into space…

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  6. Pingback: K for Kafka | TRAVEL WORDS

  7. Good sounds! Mine is a little risqué this week: http://wp.me/pL5Ms-1fi

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    • next you should visit Brussels, there is a famous little boy doing the same as your dueling urinating Kafka penises. In Brussels you can buy replicas in stone or steel, wood or chocolate.

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  8. Pingback: Kudos to North Cambridge Family Opera and their upcoming show Rain Dance | Tish Farrell

  9. Inspired by your global music making, Frizz, my ‘K’ is a plug for the North Cambridge Family Opera who are just about to put on Rain Dance – a very jolly short opera inspired by one of my short stories. There are audio links to a preview performance and worth a listen:http://wp.me/pKVAM-AG

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  10. Pingback: KoKo Taylor – Queen of the Blues | Inside the Mind of Isadora

  11. A little Chicago Blues for you, Frizz. Another great blues performer – this time a singer.
    Hope you enjoy …
    Isadora
    http://insidethemindofisadora.com/2014/03/18/koko-taylor-queen-of-the-blues/

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  12. Fats Suela

    Love the Blues Wikiloops, Frizz! The Kangaroo over at GatheringBooks today might end up dancing when it hears your music! Have a beautiful evening! =)

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  13. Pingback: [Photo Journal / A-Z Photo Challenge] K is for Kangaroo |

  14. Pingback: ‘K’ is for Kings (three, or more?) | restlessjo

  15. Great version, Frizz. I’m rockin’ along 🙂
    Sharing a Portuguese story this week. http://restlessjo.wordpress.com/2014/03/19/k-is-for-kings-three-or-more/

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  17. Enjoyed listening to your blues Frizz. An interesting background for your video.
    My response for this week: http://collinesblog.wordpress.com/2014/03/19/kite-flying/

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  18. Pingback: A-Z Challenge-K-K | WoollyMuses

  19. Pingback: Frizztext’s A toZ challenge:K is for Kronstadt | WordsVisual

    • hi Sue, i like your Intros so much! “K could be for Kaysersberg, Krems, Klagenfurt, Konstanz, Klopeinersee, Kloster Weltenburg… for Kronstadt…” – well Konstanz is real nice, Köln too (Cologne), Kansas City: O.K. but your Kronstadt gave me a remembrance to Königsberg, at the Baltic Sea, former German and philosopher’s KANT hometown, nowadays the name of the city for sure has changed…

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  20. Pingback: KINDNESS AND THE COLOR PURPLE | Francine In Retirement

  21. Here is my entry for this week. http://wp.me/p23TG1-3EB

    BE ENCOURAGED! BE BLESSED!

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    • hi Francine,
      I like our INTRO fragment: “The diversity of people and cultures. The violence killing of our children. The protest in our streets for change. The homeless. The abandoned houses in our cities. And the end of life in a funeral’s procession…” = a wonderful concept for a blog!

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  22. Pingback: A-Z Challenge: K | Beyond the Brush

  23. Pingback: tagged “K” | Across the Bored

  24. It is the alphabet’s twisted sense of humour that groups I, J and K right next to each other… Please have a look at
    http://acrossthebored.com/2014/03/24/tagged-k/

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    • my favorite verses:
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      Krispin crossed the Kalahari
      searching for a drink
      a dream of gin and ginger
      was all that he could think
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      sandy grains in worn out boots
      blistering hours did multiply
      nights cold as Kiev he huddled
      under the star-strewn sky
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      for silk Kimono and Kaftan cool
      he longed to drop his Khakis
      a dusty heap next to the door
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      miserable fortune set in motion
      by a nasty camel’s Kick
      this unexpected walkabout was nothing
      but a desert trick
      !

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