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We Wordle #11

March 24, 2014
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We Wordle #11


This week’s wordle comes to you from the good poets at We Write Poems prompt 204, Measured Loss. Three words from each poem were borrowed to create this wordle.


Laurie: arms failed bones
Priti: clouds leaping fog
Annell: teacup broken history
Jules: calm devotion drowned
Laurie 2: air whispers you
Hannah: slate stumbles splintered
Nicole: roots sleep frozen
Emangster: gutters stare rushes
Amy: harvest unusable planet
Irene: dust wicker slack
Abby: fold swan Cities
De: petals breaths quiet
Debi: store time alive
Sara: tunes used bells
Marian: gentle bosom alone


And here are the pesky unruly rules: There are none. No rules, except that I hope you have fun. Use all the words or just a few. Change the tense, if you wish, if you must, if your muse is not amused and needs a wee small push. Post your poem to your blog, tattoo it on your leg, leave it here, leave it there, write it and leave it anywhere!! Post a link if you dare.
Looking forward to reading your poems.
~ Misky

  1. March 24, 2014 1:54 am

    This was more challenging. I changed it so many times and counted the words so many times not sure if I have them all but no energy to count again. 🙂

    • March 24, 2014 2:21 am

      I loved this poem. So deeply felt and such wonderful phrases, Ros. I really liked ” splintered slate are strewn upon mind’s roof,”. It’s tongue-tickling!

  2. March 24, 2014 6:53 am

    Pretty difficult. Mine is here


    • March 24, 2014 7:49 am

      Hi Hank! Sorry that you and Ros found it difficult this week. You don’t need to use them all, right? Just the ones that inspire you. I’m off to read your creation now. 🙂

      • March 24, 2014 7:51 am

        I meant difficult in a challenging and inspiring way so really, not a problem. It is good to be challenged but trying to keep up with all the words, which I like to try and do, being in or not was the biggest challenge with quite a bit of re-writing. Too easy is not stimulating so hard is good!

        • March 24, 2014 7:53 am

          Oh, good. I’m pleased to know that. Thanks for clarifying it for me, Ros. I certainly don’t want to put anyone off playing along. 🙂

        • March 24, 2014 7:54 am

          Oh heaven’s no. I find the long list of words inspirational and while hard work at times, fun as well.

  3. March 24, 2014 8:26 am

    Lots of words. Words is good. Yum

    • March 24, 2014 8:56 am

      I’ll grab a coffee, and then come for a read. 😀

  4. March 24, 2014 1:19 pm

    Unexpected moment of healing:


    • March 27, 2014 4:33 am

      A truly touching search into truth.

  5. March 24, 2014 2:18 pm

    A little bit of memory….

    • March 27, 2014 4:35 am

      This is a beautiful reflection of the past. The postscript is very useful also. Thank you for joining in this week.

  6. March 24, 2014 4:57 pm

    GREAT words. Thank you!

    • March 25, 2014 4:09 am

      Entirely my pleasure. I loved your poem, and left a comment there.


  7. March 24, 2014 11:22 pm

    Mine is here

    • March 27, 2014 4:38 am

      You hooked me in from the first line. Loved it!

  8. March 25, 2014 5:04 am

    Thanks, Misky, I needed this challenge.

    • March 27, 2014 4:39 am

      Thought-provoking and an excellent write, Debi!

  9. March 25, 2014 3:18 pm

    Thank you, Misky for pooling the words and to all the poets that imagined them into existence in their poetry writing last week. 🙂

    • March 27, 2014 4:41 am

      You caught me by surprise at the end. Didn’t (for some reason!) think of Elizabeth I when I read it. I loved this poem, and indeed, she’d be proud of the association.

  10. James Brush permalink
    March 26, 2014 3:41 am

    In Your Voice:

    • March 27, 2014 4:43 am

      So happy to have you join this week’s Wordle, James. Your poem is splendid, and quite moving. I hope that we’ll continue to enjoy your company in the future!

  11. March 26, 2014 1:33 pm

    A bit lengthy, and a continuation in the Aanteekwa story:


    • March 27, 2014 4:36 am

      Is there another creepier than an old abandoned amusement park?! Another tense chapter in this story. Loved it.

  12. March 26, 2014 5:55 pm

    Still a bit back logged on return visits. I was able to combine three prompts, use all the all the words in both wordle lists and relate them to the third haibun prompt 🙂

    • March 27, 2014 4:37 am

      Jules, this is a very clever and imaginative write. The teacup on the wicker rocker is a great line also.

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