Wordle 10

This week’s words came from three of your blogs. From Brenda’s (no not me, she’s new!) blog Soul Speak  I pulled the words grace, sands, haze, and shape from her poem Twilight of the Gods.  From Susannah’s poem Carried on the Breeze, I pulled the words shade, copper, surface and inhaling at her blog Panopticulated. Finally, from Mike Patrick’s poem Like a Butterfly I pulled the words flitting, pepper, silent, and kisses. You can find his work at his blog, The Poet’s Quill.

Good luck with your pieces.  As always I look forward to reading them.  If you notice that I have not included your blog in the “wordlers” section on the righthand sidebar, let me know and I’ll do that.

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36 comments on “Wordle 10

  1. Mr. Walker says:

    I officially win the “late” prize for this one. You can find my poem, The Shape of Grace, at WordPress or Blogspot.

  2. Marianne says:

    Hi Brenda,
    Just checking in … went to New York (from Minnesota) for our son’s wedding last Saturday. I have a daughter-in-law! Back in St. Paul now. Look for me to write a wordle next time!!!

  3. Fiducia says:

    First timer with this….hope you like it! Just tried wordle for the first time..Link is:

    http://fiducia-rivera.blogspot.com/2011/06/no-form-force-or-phrases-just-fogged-up.html

  4. Donna Kiser says:

    I am late depending on who is keeping the time.

    http://dkrighttowrite.blogspot.com/2011/06/i-sleep-soundly.html

  5. Mary says:

    My friend wrote a poem for the wordle, but didn’t know how to post it; so I am posting it for her. She’s pretty new looking at poetry sites, so hope some will encourage her:

    http://lavitaboca.blogspot.com/2011/06/bad-date.html

  6. Kelly says:

    Hello all – it’s been a while since I’ve posted. Good to be back. I look forward to reading the others throughout the week!

    http://www.starsandwillows.com/2011/06/conversation-by-the-river/

  7. Hi Brenda, thank you so much for using one of my blog as part of your prompt this week. I’m honoured!
    Here’s my effort for #10:
    She Danced
    Hope you enjoy it as much I I enjoyed writing it.

  8. Here is mine, late as always and sitting way out in right field:) I should have done more research. Before me time, this piece:)

    http://henryclemmonspoet.blogspot.com/2011/06/sergeant-pepper.html

    Called, Sergeant Pepper

  9. pmwanken says:

    Hello fellow wordlers! After being out and about all day, I’m a bit late on the draw. Wow. You’re all so quick today! 🙂

    Here’s my response to this week’s wonderful set of words. Thank you, as always, Brenda for the inspiration.

    http://whenwordsescape.wordpress.com/2011/06/26/moving-on/

  10. This is my maiden voyage at the Sunday Whirl. It was great fun with a hint of homework. Thanks for having me.

    http://rainingiguanas.blogspot.com/2011/06/family-reunion.html

  11. irene says:

    Howdy Brenda. Gorgeous words!

    people on trains

  12. It is evident from my piece, I watch entirely too much CNN … Thanks for the words Brenda.

    Pamela

    Kisses for New York

  13. Peggy Goetz says:

    Hmmm…got a duplicate comment message on what I thought was my first try to post my message. I will try again. Here’s my wordle. Thanks for doing this Brenda.

    http://ponderingspeggy.blogspot.com/2011/06/poem-sunset.html

    • brenda w says:

      I got rid of the extra…if it says duplicate comment, just go with it. WordPress does that, trust that it’s sent. I love your contribution this week!

  14. Mike Patrick says:

    It’s strange where a path of wordle words takes one. This may be my favorite.
    http://thepoetsquill.wordpress.com/2011/06/26/cooking-on-autopilot/

  15. Mike Patrick says:

    Thank you for using my poem for some of your word selections. Now I’m going to have to really work this week to live up to the honor.

  16. Laurie Kolp says:

    Thanks for the wordle words to spin with… here’s what I came up with:

    http://lkharris-kolp.blogspot.com/2011/06/my-sunday-offering.html

  17. 1sojournal says:

    Thanks for the words Brenda, this one was a bit of a fresh breeze,

    http://soulsmusic.wordpress.com/2011/06/26/early-morning-still-life/

    Elizabeth

  18. I love this wordle. I’m not sure of the rules about wordles? What are the rules, besides use the words? I’ve changed the tense of some of the words, is that OK?

    • brenda w says:

      There are no rules, Annell. Write where the words take you. You can use some of the words, or all of the words… You can use tenses or forms of the words. It’s loosey goosey. I try to use all of the words each time, but sometimes one or two of the buggers evade me. I’m just glad you are writing with us. 🙂
      ~Brenda

    • brenda w says:

      Click on Annell’s name and it will take you right to her poem. Annell, you can copy and paste the url for your piece in your comment, then everyone will find it. I found it through your name this morning.
      You can also read Annell’s contribution here:
      http://annellannell.wordpress.com/

  19. brenda w says:

    Glad to see some of you are already awake and writing. 🙂 Here’s my piece for the week:
    pepper me with grace

  20. Traci B says:

    Since I skipped last week, I wanted to make sure I got this week’s done on Sunday for a change. 😉 Here’s mine: Beach Walk

  21. Mary says:

    I looked forward to doing a wordle this morning. Here is mine:

    http://inthecornerofmyeye.blogspot.com/2011/06/reflection.html

  22. Susannah says:

    Good to be here again. 🙂

    I am quick off the mark this morning as I am on my way out for the day. Here is mine – All At Sea

    I look forward to reading all the offerings later.

    Have a wonderful day

    Susannah x

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