Thursday Inspiration 56

Welcome to Thursday Inspiration! This is my weekly prompt post and hopefully it will inspire you to write something creative, perhaps a poem or a piece of flash fiction. If you’d like to share your writing with the community, please indulge me and tag your post with #p0eticlicense and/or #lightm0tifs, and of course link back if you wish. I will try to visit everyone who participates. 🙂

This week’s theme is street and the picture is below. Here is the song snippet from “On the Street Where You Live,” a song written in 1956 by Alan Jay Lerner and Frederick Loewe for My Fair Lady.

I have often walked down this street before
But the pavement always stayed beneath my feet before
All at once am I several stories high
Knowing I’m on the street where you live

Street of pretty houses


Image from the Happy Color app.

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16 responses to “Thursday Inspiration 56

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  2. There are some great songs that came from My Fair Lady.

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  4. I love my fair lady. I love musicals. xoxo

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  6. Have always loved this song.

    Sent from my iPad


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