wordle 93 Jan27 by bwarren Dear Wordlers, At the end of my day Friday, I pulled these words from a book that one of my students is reading. The book is Dragon Moon by Carole Wilkinson. May they feed your dragons, Brenda AdvertisementShare this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading...
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Late, but here.
Dear Brenda Hi-my contribution -deeply catching wordle enjoyed writing the lines.Waiting for the next.
these have been perfect for the way I’m feeling this afternoon, now I’m just hoping that the last stanza can happen http://llmcalling.blogspot.co.uk/2013/01/on-edge.html
These words hung in a circle around my head until I found a fit.
Dear me! It shall be up to you, the reader, to determine the truths from the 1/2 truths and/or the lies.
Ok, I may be slow but I get there in the end! Thank you so much Pamela for telling me there’s a Mr Linky on this site. Maybe that’s why not a lot of people read my poems. Maybe I am as green as I’m cabbage looking! Wow, look at all the people who I can go (stalk) visit! Also, rumour has it that I can get on an email list? I always just check the FB site but that would be something to look forward to each Saturday. Brenda, could I be considered for the email list? So now that I’ve straightened my Sunday Whirl life out, I just might have time this afternoon for the rest of the world’s problems. 🙂
Mine is thrown together this week – and quickly– back to read later. Crazy day.
I was able to do my none story verse yesterday and that is here:
But I ended up waiting until this morning to figure out how they would fit in my story verse here:
That’s why they aren’t together in Mr. Linky. Thanks for a fun list. Back to read later and during the week. Please leave links if you visit, so I can easily return the favor.
A little borealis music for http://miskmask.wordpress.com/2013/01/27/some-light-borealis-music/
These words were difficult until I remembered a particular gathering I went to recently, then it seemed to come together. However, I couldn’t fit in “vast” without sounding cliched. Looking forward to reading others after we come back from breakfast. Happy whirling to all.
Wow, I’m surprised. I had a vintage feeling with the words, but a sense of fantasy was still there. 🙂 http://veronicaroth.com/?p=2742
Deserts and dragons. No wonder these words resonated.
I’m not there yet, but will keep plugging away at my piece today. Yesterday was a day for professional development with other teachers. The words are buggers for me, so I’m brainstorming topics. Something will come. It’s nice to see things whirling here.
Hot off the press and into your heart…
Wow, you guys are off to a great start! Wordle 93 rocks! This is my first poem in months 😦
My dragon is a dinosaur! And it was writ before I learned your source. Love your wordles, Brenda!
Like Margo Roby, this made me think of the land – in this case the Australian outback.
A melacholy response this week. The words touched deeply for some reason.
Well Brenda, we seem to be on a wavelength, thanks for the words. I love dragons,