Saturday, July 10, 2010

Mag 22

The old magus actually timed out everyone's summer.
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If you figure this one out, other offerings can be found in Willow's garden at Magpie Tales.

21 comments:

  1. when the tomatos are gone the summer is done?

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  2. Dear Catalyst: Am I making an assumption in assuming that "magus" is a literary quote from author John Fowles;

    "The Magus (1966) is the first novel written (but second published) by this British author"?

    Am I an idiot for not understanding the word "magus"? Please reference hear. This is better than a Haiku! The necessity to economize exactification to edify English. Brilliant! Got to start reading again! There's a movie "Magus" as well! Hope TCM plays it soon!

    Pray tell; am I the right ballpark?

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  3. Now who is showing off? You and your grand, magical tomatoes. LOL
    Good one.
    QMM

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  4. ok, i admit it, i am stumped but i'll be back to hear what the answer to you 'old magus' prose was...

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  5. would the wizard dare to stop the fruit from ripening?

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  6. To everything there is a season ....

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  7. I can only guess that the truth is as written.

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  8. I propose that 'The old Magus' is God, timing 'everyone's sunmmer' (mature part of life), and 'timed out' suggests an autumn and winter to follow.
    Are you starting a new idea, where we have a second conundrum following on from each Magpie tale? I dare you!

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  9. Is your magus related to Magus Rex who ferried his daughter across time to hide her from a suitor? Or Raistlin? Or Morganna?

    I love magi!

    And thank you for a WOW magpie.

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  10. Sounds to me as though the tomatoes tell when summers come and go?

    Christine

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  11. No, don't know, can't guess.
    Having read all the comments as well as your post I can't think that anyone is close.

    Do tell, please.
    I want to know.

    Also, thanks for visiting my blog.

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  12. The magus destroyed the tomatoes and since nothing tastes of summer like the tomatoes..... No?

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  13. The solution lies in my next posting. Click on "Oddball Observations" at the top of this page if you haven't already been there.

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  14. The question is what are we diverting our attention from?

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  15. RR - Ah, that is the question.

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  16. raise your hand if you're stumped on this one! Oh, me!!!

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  17. No summer this year? It's sitting on the stairs?

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