wordle 115

115

Greetings Wordler,

This week’s words came from road signs in Glacier National Park.  I added the word “heaven” to an early list, feel free to use it in your piece.

See you soon,

Brenda

HeavensPeak

Heaven’s Peak is Len’s favorite mountain in Glacier.

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15 comments on “wordle 115

  1. Brenda–Late to this party, and my response came out to be not particularly poem-shaped, but what fun! I also visited several of the other responses/links–Veronica Roth, Marianne, and kaykuala this week–all were lovely. It’s fascinating to see what different minds do with the same set of words. Thanks so much for your beautiful, inspiring site.

  2. Maggie Grace says:

    I am so sorry for not being able to read much on any prompt. My eyes. Easier to write. But I do try. Comments on my work are so appreciated.

  3. Maggie Grace says:

    Am late this week. Saw another’s wordle to jog my memory. Lovely words!

  4. Very late, but I had to write something, even if I have no time to visit. Perhaps when we are finally moved and settled, I will come back and look at what these words said to everyone else.

  5. Loved these words and loved the way you got them Brenda. This one was fun.
    http://veronicaroth.com/sunday-whirl-such-a-nice-mind-break-from-life/

  6. julespaige says:

    Good wishes to all. I’m not as caught up as I’d like to be on reading…
    And soon we’ll have a pleasant distraction of a new grandchild.

    Heres the story verse:
    http://julesstorypageswhirl.wordpress.com/2013/06/30/what-passes-for-normal-sw-115/

  7. barbara_ says:

    Back from vacation. Had me some fun with this one. Thanks, Bren

  8. Sabra Bowers says:

    Great to be back playing with The Whirl. Didn’t write a poem today, surprised myself.

  9. WabiSabi says:

    I love this group of words today! I decided to try a tanka series. A new form for me! Thanks for this wonderful stimulation!

  10. Pamela says:

    Happy Whirl to all! Thanks, Brenda.

    Pamela

  11. veronicabalfourpaul says:

    I have my grand daughter to stay for three days, hence the early whirl!

  12. Nanka says:

    A calamity in the upper regions of the Himalayas, where the holiest of shrines are inundated and devastated by the rivers which have their source there!! The relief and rescue operations are still going on and it is nearly a fortnight now.Extremely sorry state for the survivors too. A sad contribution today!!

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