Wordle 80

 

Dear Wordlers,

This week’s words were lifted from these three images on my Facebook wall. My own piece is strongly political. I thought I’d warn you before you head in my direction. The third quote is by Mary Wollstonecraft, a champion of women’s rights.

I’m glad to be home this weekend, and am looking forward to coffee and your words in the morning.

See you soon,

Brenda

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27 comments on “Wordle 80

  1. drpkp says:

    Mhmmm not quite sure why .. but my poem Spun Sugar from last week did not post :(

  2. Tania A says:

    Better late than never, right? Finally saw this and really loved the words, so I had to post mine.

  3. seingraham says:

    These words were hard for me … but the muse seems to be on hiatus lately so maybe it’s not the words at all – oh well, it is what it is …

    http://leapinelephants.blogspot.ca/2012/10/the-unbound-we.html

  4. Here I am! Boy reading these words I had a hard time keeping my mind off of…um…sex (It’s a very PC poem though so don’t worry…lol) http://veronicaroth.com/?p=2100 It’s late on the West Coast so I’ll catch up with everyone’s tomorrow. Sending special love and strength to everyone on the East Coast.

  5. Krunal says:

    liked this prompt…the words damaged, single thread and bound are really powerful..
    http://cafeoval.wordpress.com/2012/10/29/damaged/

  6. Misky says:

    Here’s mine, just in time for Halloween! http://miskmask.wordpress.com/2012/10/29/bewitched/

    ~Misky

  7. Stan Ski says:

    Had fun with this weeks words – they can be made to cover so much ground…

  8. Mama Pajama says:

    mine’s up – very short and none too sweet, but it’s what I have to say with so much else on my mind…thanks for letting me play along!

  9. Sara McNulty says:

    This seemed to flow for me. Thanks!

  10. Mr. Walker says:

    I’ve been mostly absent lately, and NaNoWriMo is about to start, so I’m not likely to be around for the next month. But you never know!

    Richard

  11. nan says:

    I’ve been absent, but these words drew me right back in. Looking forward to reading what others wrote!

  12. brenda w says:

    I slept in this morning and woke to an active Whirl! My piece is out there, and I’m coming to take a look at yours.

    • brenda w says:

      Me too, Laurie. Large disappointment in him rose when I found out he’d cheated. I told a friend about it, and she posted this pic and quote on my FB wall to help me get over it.

  13. JulesPaige says:

    http://julesgemsandstuff.blogspot.com/2012/10/sunday-whirl-80-revelations-part-ii.html

    Before looking at anything else I just take a deep breath. Then I take out my shoe horn and make ‘em work. So for me adding to last weeks part 1 was…well it just was what was meant to happen.
    Enjoy…

    I hope to get some more reading in this week. Last week I had the Grandson over and now this week we might just loose power due to Sandy. If you are in her path – Stay safe!

    I didn’t have any problems with Mr. Linky… if there was a change I didn’t notice it. Cheers.

  14. Thank you for the words, Brenda…These melded fairly easily into a poem to describe a statue in my city…and also kind of neat I grew up next door to the artist! :) Happy weekend!

  15. I missed where the linky was… Mine has to be one of the shortest wordles I’ve ever done :)
    Have a great Sunday.

  16. Robyn says:

    Really enjoyed this list! Thanks!

  17. Thank you Brenda for this collection. This time its a sort of ‘thinking dialogue’
    http://poeticocean.blogspot.com/2012/10/in-response-to-brendas-wordle-80-just.html

  18. Irene says:

    Mr Linky’s gone..I noticed. Great words, Brenda. I hate the heat. *digressing*

    you must pass this way

  19. drpkp says:

    The mystic magic of a family birth this week obviously still lingered in the two poems that I wrote this early morning….http://www.drpkp.com/2012/10/spinning-sugar.html

  20. 1sojournal says:

    I found this list of words particularly powerful. Thank you, Brenda.

    Elizabeth
    http://soulsmusic.wordpress.com/2012/10/28/a-list-poem-about-why/

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