Wordle 27

Dear Writers,

Thank you for your dedication to The Sunday Whirl.  This week’s words came from Poetry 180.  Check out the site.  The words came from The End and the Beginning, by Wislawa Szymborska.

I’m looking forward to your words,

Brenda

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19 comments on “Wordle 27

  1. Tilly Bud says:

    Sorry it took me so long but I worked hard on this one. I had some help from Viv as well.

  2. nan says:

    a bit on the late side this week! Sorry! Off to read now :-)

  3. Traci B says:

    Mine’s up, and I’ve read everyone else’s so far. Great bunch of poems with a diverse use of the wordle. :)

    • brenda w says:

      I’m just getting to everyone’s tonight. Thank you for your active participation in our community, Traci. I’m glad that you’re here with us, and hope life brings you serendipity.

  4. Irene says:

    Late, but not never!

  5. Hard to believe, I actually tinkered with this on and off all day. It still seems unfinished. Thanks once again, Brenda.

    Pamela

  6. pmwanken says:

    As always, I enjoy the picture painted by the words…my challenge is just to put the words in the right order to describe it. This week…Meadlowlands.

    Thanks, as always, Brenda. This makes 27 in a row for me. :)

    ~Paula

  7. islandcat2u says:

    http://islandcat2u.wordpress.com/2011/10/23/dawn-on-hales-passage/

    These words somehow took me to the sea – funny how that happens when you live on an island! And somehow, like every week, I ended up somewhere so different from where I started!

  8. Susannah says:

    Hmmm, led me to a bitter tale this week. I enjoyed it as always never the less. :-)

  9. Paula says:

    When I first saw the wordle words it made me think of an old country garden. But after reading its origins I had to go with war too.

  10. Mike says:

    Another great set of challenging words. I’ve gone back to a haibun for this one.

    http://mjshorts.wordpress.com/2011/10/23/love-is-forever-a-haibun-for-the-sunday-whirl/

  11. magicalmysticalteacher says:

    How could one not be dedicated to this whirl of words and images? What fun this week! Thank you!

  12. brenda w says:

    Mine is a bit harsh. I tried to mellow it through a few editings, but it is what it is. Sometimes they have their own voice.

  13. laurie kolp says:

    I’m always so surprised what my muse comes up with on Sunday whirls!

    http://lkharris-kolp.blogspot.com/2011/10/camouflaged-by-tapestry.html

  14. Mary says:

    I gave myself an extra challenge with this particular wordle. I used them in the exact order Brenda sent them in email; and believe it or not, the resulting poem makes sense.

  15. Rinkly Rimes says:

    I look at the wordle cross-eyed until something ‘clicks’.

  16. vivinfrance says:

    http://vivinfrance.wordpress.com/2011/10/22/breakers/ An interesting selection of words, led me to a shape poem.

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