Wordle 24 a la Leo

Greetings Wordlers,
Shout out to Leo for this week’s colorful wordle. Come Friday night, I was grateful that it was in my e-mail inbox. Leo blogs at I Rhyme Without Reason, check out his work, you’ll be delighted with each visit. Let his wordle wash through you and create something unique. It is always a pleasure to see where the words take you.

May you write rivers of words,


21 comments on “Wordle 24 a la Leo

  1. Mike says:

    Decided to write a short story instead of a poem for this set of wordle words.
    Managed to use all the words – just about!

  2. Mr. Walker says:

    Wrote this last night – and then posted it tonight. Leo, thanks for the words. Brenda, thanks for the wordle.


  3. b says:

    Better late than never.
    I like your words, Leo.

  4. tara linda says:

    I finally got the nerve to do this… , my first wordle!
    Thank you!


  5. Finally, I will be round to read tomorrow, it has been a long day. Thanks for the words Leo.


  6. nan says:

    It is always interesting to see where the Wordle takes us. I went somewhere I hope I won’t ever go….

  7. Thought I had left a note here this morning, must’ve gone straight to other blogs and forgotten. Thanks Brenda!

  8. Morning says:

    My first time,

    enjoyed the challenge,


  9. The words have been sitting on a page in the word-processor for two days. I have managed two dismal lines, but I will be back later with something. Thanks Brenda.


  10. laurie kolp says:

    Thanks again for the Sunday whirl.

  11. vivinfrance says:

    Daydreamer, I had the same difficulty with your comment system: Not my day! I congratulated you on an excellent use of the Wordle Words to evoke Dickens’s dramatic atmosphere.

  12. brenda w says:

    Yay! It’s Sunday morning!

  13. Nanka says:

    Thank you Brenda for another round of the Sunday whirl!! A special thank you to Leo too for an excellent set of words!! 🙂

    • vivinfrance says:

      Nanka, blogspot is getting even more picky about who it will let comment – yours and Leo’s just told me “please wait”. Your poem is a brilliant example of economy of words – as is fitting after a month of haikuing.

  14. Leo says:

    Had fun putting my own words to a poem. 🙂 Hope others enjoy it just as much. Thanks for considering it Brenda!

  15. Susannah says:

    I found this one quite tricky! I used all the words and wrote two pieces. 🙂

    Thanks as always. x

  16. Irene says:

    Brenda, I like your “a la” style. It makes me think of a tasty dish!

  17. vivinfrance says:

    Thank you, Brenda and Leo. I used all the words except for church.

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