wordle 92 ~ a baker’s dozen

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Greetings Wordlers,

This week’s words came from Sylvia Plath’s Lady Lazarus.

Have at ‘em,

Brenda

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21 comments on “wordle 92 ~ a baker’s dozen

  1. jasmine calyx says:

    Brenda, would you mind adding me to the Friday “early words” e-mail list? jasminecalyx@hotmail.com

  2. Janet says:

    ‘sticky’ was a stickler but we managed:) Really enjoyed this grouping!

  3. Here’s my attempt for this week: http://thisgirlremembers.wordpress.com/2013/01/20/on-becoming/

    I was convinced for a while that I’d have to leave a few of the words out, but I persevered. :) Such a satisfying feeling, to have it all come together finally!

  4. Cathy says:

    ROLF!! I crack up laughing when I saw that you use Lady Lazarus. Managed to write a line that similar to the one she uses in the poem. Like her, it’s about life and kinda epic in length. So much for writing a short one this week.

  5. Veronica Roth says:

    And she’s in! I was thinking, I know these words… and then I wrote the poem and looked…Sylvia Plath! Brilliant! http://veronicaroth.com/?p=2674

  6. jasmine calyx says:

    Oops, I accidentally wrote for the wrong list. :) Here is last week’s (apparently), in case you’re interested. It’s pretty good.

    http://jasminecalyx.wordpress.com/2013/01/20/brand-manager/

    Off to check out the right list. :P

    Thanks!

  7. The title speaks to how these words affected me: Wired and Inspired

    http://wojisme.wordpress.com/2013/01/20/wired-and-inspired/

  8. Mr. Walker says:

    Good words again this week. I was surprised at the source. Looking forward to reading poems.

    Richard

  9. drpkp says:

    Okay – now at least I can understand a bit why for the first time the words did not speak to me until just now… AFTER posting I read where they had originated – I think attempt 3 feels right to me :) Back later to read – couldn’t leave until I posted something that felt better than my first two attempts !

  10. Pamela says:

    I went with the legend of Catrina in Mexico. Well, more or less. Thanks for the words, Brenda.

    Pamela

  11. julespaige says:

    This was a tough list. My non story verse went dark, be fore-warned:
    http://julesgemsandstuff.blogspot.com/2013/01/sw-92-haggard.html

    Where does dark lead…to the evil dark side – so I added onto Acheron’s chapter here:
    http://julesstorypageswhirl.wordpress.com/2013/01/20/c4-erred-eros-sunday-whirl-92/

    Have a great week everyone!

  12. Jae Rose says:

    My first time at a wordle..bells and Sylvia..seemed like a good week to try..

  13. 1sojournal says:

    I’m glad I didn’t know where the words came from, it would have messed with my ability to make them speak of other things. Thanks Brenda,

    Elizabeth
    http://soulsmusic.wordpress.com/2013/01/20/why-of-remembering/

  14. tmhHoover says:

    Brenda- the words are not showing up for me. Could be just me.

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