Michael Edwards





I found a quiz upon the web.

Complete this quiz – we’ll know your name,

at least that’s what it said.


So down I settled all alone

and finished the quiz to disclose my name

and now it seems I’m known as Joan.





  • Michael Edwards

    I send a weekly photo to my Local Art Club members by way of a challenge and as a way for us all to keep in touch. Last week it was Hellebores and there were some great paintings produced - this was my attempt.

  • dusk arising

    'Arc at you, ... Joan.

    In an argument a long long time ago i said to the ex 'i'm a puzzle to you aren't i?'.... 'no' she said running toward me from the shed with my jigsaw buzzing in her hands 'but you soon will be!'

  • Goldfinch60

    When I was at senior school we went through a period of reversing our names - I was Werdna RetsirB but one of my friends became Nhoj Dnob.
    Good fun write Leahcim Sdrawde.


  • The Uneducated O.A.P

    I did that quiz too, my name came back as Thick Tw@! I chuckled into my snap crackle and pops, good one, Bill

  • orchidee

    Good write and pic Joan! Name did not come back as Mr Berles?
    A newspaper has extra puzzle pages - too difficult though. Loads of Soduku too which I find very boring, and can't do anyway! Are only geniuses self-isolating then? (Yes!).

  • MendedFences27

    Does that mean you are "Joan of Art"?

    The greatest quiz is what to do with all this down-time. Perhaps spending more time on MPS is the answer? How about a Quiz Night?

    A clever little poem that reminds us not to trust the internet. - Phil A.

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