wordle 61 ~ a baker’s dozen

Dear Wordlers,

The words are a baker’s dozen full of multiple meaning words.  I picked all but strike from a list at school.  Paula Wanken provided “strike” on The Whirl’s facebook page.

See you all on the other side of morning,

Brenda

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26 comments on “wordle 61 ~ a baker’s dozen

  1. Tiny Fiction says:

    I finally got round to the Wordle this week. For some reason the words this week were really hard for me. But, as always, it was a fun exercise.

    http://tinyfiction.wordpress.com/2012/06/20/wordle-61-liquid-dreams/

  2. On http://www.txt2pic.com you can make more images with your text.

  3. Good words, and once again – the subject JUMPED out at me (or should I say at Poly, my muse?) with the subject. She didn’t end up giving me what I wanted. This is less poem, and more narrative, but what it is, it is. I really loved the words!

    http://paulatohlinecalhoun1951.wordpress.com/2012/06/19/symphony-muse-day-tuesday/

  4. Great wordle Brenda. Thought it tough at first but then I am staying just across the street form the Quebec Parliament buildings and sentences began to fit into place. Really enjoyed it. Thank you.

    http://veronicaroth.com/?p=1104

  5. pmwanken says:

    The words were rattling around in my head…jumbled phrases kept coming to mind. When that happens, I write all the phrases for each wordle word, then I arrange the phrases in order alphabetically based on the wordle word in that line. Some tweaks were needed, but the finished product has been posted. I’ll have to use time throughout the week to come back and read.

    g’night all

  6. An odd set of words, but I met the challenge. Happy Father’s Day to whomever it applies.

  7. My poem worked out well although I was a bit befuddled by the words. Thank you for posting the wordle Brenda. I really love the challenge.

    http://hopefuljo.wordpress.com/2012/06/17/365-creativity-project-day-160/

  8. When I first looked at the words, I thought “no way can I do something with these” — and then, BOOM, there it was. I love it when that happens.

  9. Mr. Walker says:

    Mine is not a Father’s Day poem. In fact, my subject is not a nice guy at all.

    Happy Father’s Day to all the dads out there.

    Richard

  10. teri says:

    Thanks again Brenda- I will be around in a bit to take a peek at the entries.

  11. seingraham says:

    This one crawled out of the ooze fully formed almost … not jolly but there you have it … great words brenda – thanks! On a different topic entirely, Happy Father’s Day!

    http://seingrahamsays.wordpress.com/2012/06/16/a-current-spare/

  12. You don’t have to be a big man to stand tall. I experienced the tallest!

    http://wojisme.wordpress.com/2012/06/17/standing-tall-in-a-5-5-frame/

  13. bniedt says:

    I haven’t been linking the results of these prompts, but this one came out pretty good, I think, so here’s the link to the site where I posted it (I hope it lets you in):

    https://pathetic.org/poem/1339940244

  14. Brenda!! This is a highlight to my week!! I look forward to playing at words here with everyone SO much! Thank you for doing this! :)

  15. anjum wasim dar says:

    Dear Brenda Thank You for visiting Poetic Oceans I really love working on the words and try to bring in something new.I learn a lot too.Here is my contribution for W~61~

    http://www.poeticocean.blogspot.com/2012/06/poem-in-response-to-brendas-wordle-61.html

  16. Good words Brenda, such a lot of choice to do with them.
    Happy Father’s day to all the dad’s.
    Have a great Sunday everyone.

  17. margo roby says:

    Fluff, but I enjoyed fluffing. Have a good Sunday, all.

    margo

  18. Irene says:

    Strangely my father makes an appearance in the poem.

  19. JulesPaige says:

    The birds woke me at dawn – hubby is away, and thankfully I wrote my Wordle yesterday so I can post it now and go back to bed!!! I am also in Mr. Linky.

    http://julesgemsandstuff.blogspot.com/2012/06/sunday-whirl-61-making-connections.html

    While the list of contributors here grows, please do not feel slighted if I miss reading your additions. I leave a link in with my comments to your piece, please do the same when visiting me – I will then often succeed in making a return visit.

    Happy Father’s Day to all the Dads!

  20. Happy Father’s Day to you dads. I took this from the last two days. Hard words to work with, but I used them all … yeah!

    Happy Sunday
    Pamela

  21. Gerry Wilson says:

    Up late, so I thought I’d go ahead and post! This Wordle wanted to be a poem, and I’m not much of a poet! Fun anyway. Thanks for the words, Brenda.

    Gerry

    http://gerrygwilson.com

  22. 1sojournal says:

    Strange post. Thanks for the words Brenda. Happy Father’s to all you dads.

    Elizabeth

    http://soulsmusic.wordpress.com

  23. brenda w says:

    I posted and will snooze. See you in the morning. Happy Father’s Day to all Dad’s out there!

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