Happy Sunday Wordlers,
Margo Roby from Wordgathering e-mailed this week’s words for our use. Some words evoke images, and hold entire worlds within them. This list intrigued me with its depth and texture. It heightens my anticipation for your work. Thank you Margo!
Post a link to your writing on Mister Linky. Read what others write. It’s a Sunday dance with words, our own little poetry party.
See you soon,
I’m still a learner, here. I hope my blog is visible…
Lovely group of words.
Lovely group of writers. 🙂
just to let you’all know that my Mr Linky link was a bit off… and I have now changed it. Thank you for noticing and bothering to let me know 🙂
Got mine up! Great words Margo — this one just flowed.
Thank you Brenda and Margo!
trying words-Thank you Brenda and Margo. http://www.poeticocean.blogspot.com/2012/05/in-response-to-brendas-wordle-58.html
Snowing? You wild and crazy state. It’s in celebration of the Everest summits!
I am so late. Had the words and a poem draft Friday, then left town.
I love this one!
Neat and so full of history and mystery.
It really flows.
Great words, and challenging!
Here is my poem:
But I manipulated the words and turned them into other words by “reading” the list backwards. When a word list doesn’t speak to me, per se, this is a technique I use to “find the poem.” You let me know if this is acceptable or not. 🙂
I am finally emerging with my worlde… http://whenwordsescape.wordpress.com/2012/05/28/emergence/
What a list of words! Thanks, as always, Brenda…I appreciate your hosting such a fine place to whirl.
Wow! That is a great image and a brilliant use of the wordle words. Loved it.
Great mix of words. Again sadness springs eternal:
Great words!! Thank you and smiles!
Very interesting words!
The words led me in a different direction. I am so glad I was brought here by friends.
Hope everyone’s Sunday has been wonderful.
I feel as if I’m forever apologising for my naughty muse but it does seem to want what it wants and there’s no getting around that …I see your long weekend is this one (ours, in honour of Queen Victoria only I don’t think we call it that any more, was last weekend) – in any event Happy Memorial Day.
I really wish I could of come up with something a little more lighthearted, but life does dictate how we feel and what we write. As always thanks for being here, Brenda, and Margo thanks for a great list of words. I took an old poem tore it apart, kept some old phrases creating this diatribe.
Brenda, thanks for the wordle, as always. Margo, thanks for the great words. It’s good to be back after my absence last week. Which is really only tardiness; I’ll have a poem for last week’s wordle tomorrow. It’s good to be dancing again on Sunday!
Brenda: “a Sunday dance with words, our own little poetry party.” What a grand idea!
Margo: Thanks for sharing the great words this week!
Gee Golly – 9am is late for this crowd! But then 13 is one of my lucky numbers (that’s where I’m at in Mr. Linky)… Did a little something different I used 11 of the words twice and one word once. That’s how I made them fit 🙂
Thanks Margo, Snow? Send some this way I’m not sure we got rain though I did see lightening last night. It is muggy here. Happy holiday weekend to those celebrating Memorial Day and the unofficial start of summer.
Thank you once again Brenda- Stay warm?!!!
The words worked beautifully together, Margo.
Good Sunday all. It’s snowing in Montana this morning. 🙂
Thanks for the words Margo. Enjoyed them very much Brenda.
Have a great Sunday everyone.
Loved the words! Happy Memorial Day everyone!