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#AtoZChallenge 2016 Reflections

This was my first year on the A to Z Challenge and I loved it.  It reminded me how much I love poetry and appreciate art.  Many of my posts were prepared ahead of the day as I was going on holiday for the last 7 days but certain letters needed a lot of thought.  Other challengers can guess which ones!  It took time and research but I looked forward to writing & reading other challengers creativity each day.

Below you can find links to all my posts for this challenge.

Every April, bloggers from all over the world participate in the April A to Z blog challenge and this year I am joined in too. 

The theme of my challenge was poems and books inspired by art and/or art inspired by poems.

“Painting is poetry that is seen rather than felt, and poetry is painting that is felt rather than seen.”
Leonardo da Vinci

A is for Asunder

B is for Burning Bright 

C is for Carroll


E is for Ekphrasis and Essie Fox

F is for Finkel

G is for Goldfinch

H is for Haiku

I is for Icarus

J is for Jemima Puddleduck

K is for Kipling

L is for Lady and the Unicorn

M is for Munch and Mahon

N is for Not my Best Side

O is for Ophelia

P is for Pablo Picasso

Q is for Duck!

R is for Romeo and Juliet

S is for Starry, Starry night

T is for the Tiger who came to tea

U is for Untermeyer

V is for Vermeer

W is for Waterhouse


Y is for Yeats

Z is for Zuleika Dobson

3 responses »

  1. Pingback: #AtoZChallenge Survivor | Lizanne

  2. Ha yes good point – I wonder if my readers can tell which ones were prepared ahead of time and which were panic-written 🙂

    BTW I’ve put together a Listly of articles by other participants like yourself who have written a recap. Enjoy!



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