This week’s words came from your poems. Richard Walker is busy catching up with all of the wordles he missed this summer. My guess is that many of you are as happy to see him participating again as I am, so I grabbed the first four words from his poem The Banker on his blog, Sadly Waiting for Recess. Richard’s work contributed residue, turn, skins, and truth. The next four words came from Mary Kling’s piece Sunday Drives on her blog In the Corner of My Eye. Sunday Drives had me reminiscing about my childhood and from it I took the words dust, trunk, matter, and breeze. Finally I took four words from Susannah’s piece Love or Something Like it on her blog Panopticulated. The word cloak compelled me to take words from this piece. The closing image is gorgeous. The words cloak, vessel, sweeps, and fervent came from Susannah’s work.
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To those of you who play with these words every week, thank you. To those of you who are just starting to dabble in the wonder of the wordle, welcome. Now get writing!