wordle 66

Dear Wordlers,

This week’s words came from the poetry of Dorothy Parker. She was an interesting woman. Check out the links on The Whirl’s facebook page if you want to explore a bit of her work.

Please post links to this week’s post in Mister Linky. I will remove any posts that have nothing to do with this week’s wordle. Several of you have e-mailed me in the last couple of weeks to alert me to posts that have nothing to do with our topic. Use one word, use all twelve….this forum is for this week’s words. Thank you for your continued support of The Sunday Whirl.

See you soon,



23 comments on “wordle 66

  1. Whew – finally got around to posting … nothing much but have had it ready for awhile … have to check and see if Mr.Linky’s still around … in any case, it’s up at THE WAY EYE SEE IT at this url:

  2. Tania A says:

    These words just begged for a sensual theme, though mine turned out to have a rather seasonal overtone as well. I might work with this and see if it can’t expand to something more.

  3. Loved the words this week Brenda. Linked to a bunch of people. 🙂 http://veronicaroth.com/?p=1393

  4. Whew! Got my wordle in…
    Will have to come back to do some browsing later.
    Happy wordling everyone!

  5. Memory is a powerful time machine; it returns us to our origins.


  6. I tried linking several times, but it is not working.

  7. Late to the poem party but better than the alternative!!! Thank you for the words, Brenda!!

  8. Thank you for the prompt Brenda. I hope no one minds that I integrate my wordle poem into my creativity project blog post… I do link to the entry with the poem… http://hopefuljo.wordpress.com/2012/07/22/365-creativity-project-day-195/

  9. Carol Steel says:

    I can’t seem to get the trick of linking through Mr. Linky so must persist in adding my wordle offering this way. I do enjoy the challenge of creating a poem from the suggestions. Thanks so much for those. http://carolsteel5050.blogspot.ca/2012/07/unrestrained-summer.html

  10. Peggy Goetz says:

    Thanks again for the words Brenda. I enjoyed playing with these.

  11. barbara_ says:

    Erotic AND melancholy! Bren’s got the trickster hat on this week.

  12. brenda w says:

    Happy Sunday morning. Enjoy your coffee, and your reading. 🙂

  13. anl4 says:

    For some reason I didn’t get the Early words, I looked for them all weekend?

  14. This one was a challenge, but it was fun. Thanks Brenda.
    Happy Sunday whirlers!


  15. I missed the email banter this week over a typo 🙂 But, enjoyed the words. I did notice there was one last week with a huge long url name that didn’t seem to belong there. Thanks for the whirl Brenda, it’s one of my most fav prompts 🙂
    Have a great Sunday everyone.

  16. JulesPaige says:

    I had an inkling of where I wanted to go and the words…and well they always seem to work.
    Thought that ‘one’ word might trip me up…but I found a home for it and still kept it ‘clean’ 😉

    You can find my continuing story verse here:

    With rearranging of people I didn’t have to get up at 3am but I’ll still be headed south just a bit later today, for a week away…but have lap top will travel.

    Have a great week you Wonderful Wordlers – Thanks Brenda!

    As for those extra links…I’m not sure how folks end up there, but in their defense I think sometimes maybe perhaps they just don’t know what they are doing or maybe Mr. Linky goes wonky. One gent a couple of months ago wasn’t sure how he got there either. But the following week he did post a wordle. Thanks though for removing the non-wordles…I just politely passed them by.

  17. 1sojournal says:

    This one was interesting as well as fun. Thanks Brenda,


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