wordle 46

Dear Wordlers,

Marianne McNamara from *elle ecrit* sent me the words for this week, along with this blurb about the author of the two linked poems.
“Poet, essayist, and short story writer Tess Gallagher was born in 1943 in Port Angeles, Washington, to a logging family. Her early years were marked by the rhythms of seasonal work, as well as the landscape of both the Northwest and the Ozarks, where her grandparents lived. Known for her accessible, intimate poetry, and marriage to acclaimed short story writer Raymond Carver.”

Under Stars
 Orange Sutra

Enjoy your word play,

Brenda

 

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20 comments on “wordle 46

  1. I am a week late for #46, but I have gone ahead and posted it. I will also post #47 later today.

    The link to my #46:

    http://paulatohlinecalhoun1951.wordpress.com/2012/03/13/muse-day-tuesday-12/

  2. Pseu says:

    I’m over a week late, but I did it!

  3. Tilly Bud says:

    Late again to the party, but I liked what I got from it, so thanks!

  4. Just posted another. These words are crying out to keep being used.

  5. This wordle was a challenge for sure…ended up with one of the darkest things I think I’ve ever written. Thanks for the great prompt yet again!!

  6. Nicely varied selection of words. Mine is up.

  7. Irene says:

    Beautiful poems. Thanks Marianne.

  8. Had a lot of fun with this one. Didn’t know this was coming out of me until it happened.

  9. JulesPaige says:

    http://julesgemsandstuff.blogspot.com/2012/03/baby-steps.html

    OK! Let’s “Rock and Roll” The Mermaid story continues… I’m #24 in Mr. Linky,
    But posted the link here too. Because if I comment on your wordpress blog – you’ll end up at my wordpress blog and not at my blogspot where the mermaid poems are. I’ll be back to read tomorrow and during the week. Off to the In-laws for dinner. Happy Sunday all. ~J

  10. daphnepurpus says:

    Great words! Thanks!

  11. I actually thought these words were easier to manage this time. Though they did make me think of a sad and lonely woman. Thanks Brenda and Marianne.

    Pamela

  12. Laurie Kolp says:

    I forgot to comment when I posted mine earlier. Happy Sunday everyone!

  13. Hi, Brenda,
    thank you for the words, I missed a couple of whirls, it’s so nice to be back.
    Have a great Sunday, everyone.

  14. Thanks for the prompt words Brenda. Happy wordling all.

  15. Mr. Walker says:

    Had fun with this one. Possibly inspired by a writer’s birthday on Friday. Will be back to read later today. I’ll need something to keep me sane while I’m working on report cards.

    Richard

  16. tmhHoover says:

    Thanks Brenda- sorry for the crazy email last night. Here is mine! Have a great Sunday everyone.

  17. poetryshack says:

    Wow, this wordle was a bit of a challenge. I’ll be anxious to see what others came up with.
    Let the wordles roll!

  18. Marianne says:

    Ouch! Those words were a bit tricky to manage! Happy wordling to all!

  19. anjum wasim dar says:

    Dear Brenda, Once again a great wordle , took me to ancient history and I present to you the following composition

    http://poeticocean.blogspot.com/2012/03/poem-in-response-to-brendas.html

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