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Free puzzle online of the Sanssouci Palace for Frederick the Great in Potsdam, Germany. The ornate palace features just ten main rooms and sprawling gardens.

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Coravee
Jan 10, 2017
Pretty mystery. Thanks, C4J.
dbnc2
Jun 16, 2016
A good mystery
now I must get an do a little cleaning
tomorrow Im getting phone
i'll be back soon
dbnc2
Dec 24, 2015
Just think about it
something that big with only 10 rooms
toadalove
Jul 27, 2014
Very pretty!
Eveningstar
Jul 25, 2014
Lovely:)
toadalove
Jul 1, 2014
So pretty!
pixipixil
Mar 16, 2013
I'd love to see the inside. I love rooms that stick out from the general face of a building and have windows. They are always so filled with light.
My old uncle Sean was a leprechaun
Or at least so I've been told.
They kicked him out of Ireland when
he lost his pot of gold.
He bet it on the horses.
He spent it on the beer.
He tossed it all around the place to give his people cheer.
They sent him off to Scotland
To teach him to be frugal.
They tried to teach him the bagpipes
But he preferred a bugle.
He hasn't got two cents to rub together any more.
But seems it is the Irish folk
are feeling somewhat poor.
They miss his jokes and antics.
They miss his jolly laugh.
They miss the beer he bought for them--
Only the best on draft.
But all around the Scottish hills
Both near and far away
The Scotch are cheered by uncle Sean.
They love to hear him play.
So twasn't the silly pot of gold
That brought his joyful spirit.
'Twas folk who listened with their hearts
And who, by gum, could hear it.
Old Uncle Sean was saying to every one he met
"I love you all and give you all everything I get. "

Uncle Sean (or listen with your heart) by Pixipixil
nlbuchanan
Mar 16, 2013
Pixipixil, that is really great! Are you speaking of your own relative? I also write poetry from my heart. I think it is the very best form of expressing emotions.
talent
Mar 16, 2013
Thank you PixiPixil.
pixipixil
Mar 16, 2013
Hi nlbuchanan:
No relative. I just made him up on the spot. I like to write silly poems and sometimes serious ones. You can do so much more with language in a poetic rather than prose form without losing the sense of what you want to say. Let's hear one of your poems nlb.
Talent--you are most welcome. If you ever need a funny poem just let me know.
Barbaranne
Mar 16, 2013
Pixipixl, I need a poem could you do one for me, the subject is :holiday at Home: in the Nursing home we cannot take them all away for a holiday so we have two weeks a year dedicated to the purpose of fun, we are having the first in June and its on Poetry, reading and music, we don't have to write them ourselves but an original would be wonderful.
Barbaranne
Mar 16, 2013
Sorry I forgot to say how I love yours and it gave me a giggle, thank you.
Weenlie
Mar 16, 2013
Great poem, I love it
jiggler
Mar 16, 2013
Pixipixil, that's quite a talent you have there - great humour, and it scans, by golly! I thoroughly enjoyed it - good stuff :-))
pixipixil
Mar 16, 2013
Thank you all. Barbaranne--Sure will. When do you need it by? How long would you like it and do you want to act out something--I mean how far out should I go? Tell me some things you do there. I interviewed for a job doing activities at a retirement community but that isn't a nursing home. All the manager wanted to do was give them jigsaw puzzles and bingo. You don't need an activity director for that so I walked out of the interview.
I take it you want to make it funny, right?
nlbuchanan
Mar 16, 2013
OK pixipixil, you wanted a sample of my poetry so here you are hot off the presses.

Puzzlin' is a wonderful gift
to all the world not given.
But in the mind of this here one
gives life more joy for livin'.

And, thanks to C4J and crew,
we have a place to share.
Picture after picture
torn apart then we repair.

And this new puzzlin' family
share freely in the fun
Which means goin' all the world around
the puzzlin' is never done!
Nlb
aussiesapphire
Mar 16, 2013
Wonderful nlb, will post one of mine on here lol
PATRICIA37
Mar 16, 2013
Oh I wish I could do that, I love your poem Pixipixi....Tomorrow is my feast day, but they don't celebrate St. Patrick's in Mexico...but I wear something green and celebrate with my daughter who is also Pat.
ColleenAnn
Mar 16, 2013
Pixi, that was great. Happy St. Patrick's day
Starrphyre
Feb 9, 2014
Cool! I, too, am a Patricia!
pixipixil
Feb 11, 2014
My middle name.
Eveningstar
Jun 27, 2014
That is great:)
pixipixil
Jun 27, 2014
Thank you Patricia, Colleen, Starrphyre, and Eveningstar. Some day I hope to put together a collection. I seem to get a lot of positive response when I write poems and I do so enjoy doing it.
pcharbison
Jun 27, 2014
This explains where I get my personality. My Mom was a Lackey and she married Dad, a Connolly, so I have half Irish on both sides. I can remember Dad telling me when I was little, Trish, you will never be rich because you will give it all away! That pretty much sums up my story. I can't stand to see somebody in need.
I really enjoyed your story about your Uncle Sean.
pixipixil
Jun 27, 2014
God bless your generous heart pc. My poem is only a story I made up. You are the real thing and a loss to all who miss your presence.
dbnc2
Jun 28, 2014
I like that
Eveningstar
Jun 27, 2014
Beautiful:) I love these type of buildings:) (Palaces)
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