Feast upon these words, dear Wordlers!
This week’s words came from my Linda Hogan’s work. Her book, Dark. Sweet., is worth adding to your collection.
If you are participating this week, leave a link to your poem’s url in Mister Linky. You can use one word, all of the words, or a form of the word.
I was sitting in the yard with family last night, when I remembered the Whirl needed words. This list was “word associated” with two of my brothers-in-law. Hopefully, I’ll get something written this week. Life is whirring at a constant pace right now. Good things. Tonight (Saturday), the family is coming over for a bonfire in our yard. Maybe that will inspire a poem. The words fit.
After writing a piece, leave a link to it on Mister Linky. Stop and read the poems of your fellow wordlers. If they comment on your piece, reciprocate. We all love feedback.
Following Catherine’s example from last week, I lifted these words from video. These came from Thorne: Sleepyhead, a British crime movie. I love the Thorne movies, and recommend them. They are available on Netflix.
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