Wordle 14


I spent a day in a motel in Rochester, New York this week, while our van had some repairs. The repairs were quick and inexpensive (yay!). I spent the day reading many of your poems, and came up with this week’s wordle. From Viv’s poem, This Morning at her blog Vivinfrance, I pulled the words curtains, blink, gild, and marvel. From Tilly Bud’s fantastic piece, Open Letter to Mr. Dickens, Because He Let Me Down at I’m Not A Verse, I pulled rendered, twist, reprehensible, and cast. This poem is fun and full of word play. Finally, from Annell’s at her blog AnnellAnnell Words of a Painter I picked the words whir, scattered, clouds, and scan, from her poem Angels Wait. Happy wordling this week. I won’t be back to Montana for another ten days. It is a crazy long time to be away from home. Thanks for giving me some continuity in my life. You guys rock.

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35 comments on “Wordle 14

  1. Dear Brenda
    Thank you for your most encouraging and appreciative response.I am really honored and its a pleasure to write with your inspiring Wordles’ I look forward to sharing more in the future.Deeply grateful
    Anjum.

  2. Tilly Bud says:

    So busy decorating I haven’t had a chance to post this until now.

    I’m honoured that you used one of my poems. Thank you 🙂

    http://imnotaverse.wordpress.com/2011/07/30/better-late-than-never/

  3. Dear Brenda
    I finally managed some thoughts. I hope they are worthy of your great ideas.
    http://poeticocean.blogspot.com/2011/07/fallen-marvels.html
    regards
    anjum wasim dar
    Pakistan

  4. Kelly says:

    Hello, fellow wordlers! Here’s my attempt. This one has me a bit mystified. I categorized it as “being human” but I’m open to other interpretations! Thanks, Brenda.

    http://www.starsandwillows.com/2011/07/actors/

  5. TheMsLvh says:

    Brenda, This was a hard topic I chose for your wordle. I hope I did it justice. -TheMsLvh
    http://themslvh.wordpress.com/2011/07/27/spare-the-rod-please/

  6. Mary says:

    My friend at “La Vita Boca” still is having difficulty figuring out how to post her link; so I will post it for her:

    Mary

    http://lavitaboca.blogspot.com/2011/07/private-eye.html

  7. nan says:

    Feeling a bit theatrical . . . (or, all the world’s a stage):

    a stunner

  8. b_y says:

    Hope the tour is going well. Thanks for hanging in there for us.

    http://wp.me/pdTja-27U

  9. Mr. Walker says:

    Yea! I’m not late. Here is Open,and I’m getting caught up.

  10. Traci B says:

    Good wordle! Here’s my response:

    Blink

  11. pmwanken says:

    OK…now that I’ve written my response:

    http://whenwordsescape.wordpress.com/2011/07/25/distant-memory/

    I can finally go read the wonderful wordle poems that await.

    Have a great week, all!

    ~Paula

  12. Marianne says:

    Lovely words this week, except for ‘reprehensible,’ which was downright punishing! You absolutely rock, too, Brenda!

    http://herwordsbloomed.blogspot.com/2011/07/sunday-wordle-14.html

  13. Brenda, this poem came out the tragedy in Norway. An odd circumstance, that, but the words suddenly made sense.
    http://sharplittlepencil.wordpress.com/2011/07/24/sunday-second-post-twist-youth/

  14. 1sojournal says:

    Hi Brenda, is there some reason my post isn’t being listed?

    Elizabeth

    • brenda w says:

      Hi Elizabeth, It’s there now. I think when people use different servers, wordpress recognizes them as new users. I always have to approve new users. Usually this isn’t an issue, as I’m at home and check a couple of times daily. But here in Ohio, Julie’s Internet connection is sporadic, and I’m visiting a coffee shop a couple times a week to keep up. So there you have it. I’m glad you’re here wordling! 🙂

  15. Mike Patrick says:

    I managed to evade the men in the white coats long enough to post this. Got to go, here they come again.
    http://thepoetsquill.wordpress.com/2011/07/24/raincast/

  16. Had a bit of difficulty with reprehensible. Thanks for the words everyone. Brenda, thanks for taking the time to post these for us.

    Pamela

    When I Look at Old Photos

  17. Susannah says:

    I missed last week, so I am glad to be back with you all today. 🙂

    I found this one a bit daunting but I perservered! 😉

    Here’s mine – When Morning Comes

  18. anl4 says:

    I’m glad you liked my words. Thanks for the wordle!

  19. 1sojournal says:

    This one came in the blink of an eye. It took this long to get here because I was stunned. Hoping you get home safely, Brenda, but also that you enjoy your chance to get away,

    http://soulsmusic.wordpress.com/2011/07/24/revelation/

    Elizabeth
    http://soulsmusic.wordpress.com/

  20. Laurie Kolp says:

    I always look forward to your wordles, Brenda… thanks so much for the inspiration. Here’s mine:

    http://lkharris-kolp.blogspot.com/2011/07/poetic-afflatus.html

  21. Victoria says:

    Thanks again Mary for getting me motivated to try to write these wordles – difinitely a poem i wouldn’t have written otherwise. http://victoria-andnowpoems.blogspot.com/2011/07/wordle-from-whirl-blink.html#comments.

  22. Hi Brenda,

    Here’s my effort phewww:

    Creating Life

  23. Mary says:

    Here’s mine, one I would not have written if not for the wordle words. Thanks, Brenda.

    http://inthecornerofmyeye.blogspot.com/2011/07/casablanca.html

  24. Irene says:

    Brenda, you rock too!

    beautiful & pointless

  25. Dear Brenda
    Hi, Thankyou.It is an honor for me to be part of the Creative Writing Wonderful World that You bring forward, I shall try to write something worthwhile, with the high quality of Your Wordle I feel, our poetry writing standards improve and I feel greatly motivated and inspired.

  26. Leo says:

    Am I first this week then? 😮 Wow.. not bad…

    My poem: Dear Dad…

  27. I should have been up hours ago, and here I am, still in bed at ten am, writing daft poetry. Sigh. https://sundaywhirl.wordpress.com/

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