wordle 123



Dear Wordlers,

The last two weeks whirled by me.  School starts Wednesday, and teachers must be in the building Monday.  That said, it’s likely that I won’t be around yet again this week.  It’s nice to see things keep whirling here while I’m whirling through the changes life offers.  Thanks for being here.  Next week, I’ll write and post again.  Now, I’m settling into my home, and preparing for the coming week.

Good luck with the words,




20 comments on “wordle 123

  1. DELL CLOVER says:

    Hi Brenda! I enjoy these so much, and this one was no exception–although it took me awhile to get where I needed to go with it. I’ll leave my link here (as well as the linky deal), and be back later to catch up on reads. Thanks as always.

  2. drpkp says:

    Hi there… Mhmmm I welcomed you back this morning – wished all a happy Sunday – explained that I was under the weather and had not even written a poem until early this morning – and would be back to read and comment .. but that comment disappeared – … at any rate my “Maelstrom” seems to have been lackluster – tweaked a bit – and again WELCOME BACK Brenda.. I shall return…

  3. julespaige says:

    A tad late this week but I thought I had better get the next story verse posted before the next wordle list gets mailed out…


    Having two little people to care for a good chunk of the days for most of the week is just a tad time consuming.

    For all who stopped by last week…I’m attempting to do some catch up reading today. Thanks for your continued support of the Story Verse.

  4. helenmidgley says:

    Hi, My first attempt at Sunday Whirl, looking forward to trying more 🙂

  5. Brenda, I had linked a poem and it’s no longer there. Did I do something wrong. I’ve had a comment from a few people so I’m sure it was there. I just came back to try to find a link to someone who commented on mine. Thanks.

  6. Hi Brenda The wordle fitted with the current situation of my country so I took the focus …and went ‘Way Down South’

  7. I made it! Enjoyable wordle. I’ve been AOL, getting my first collection of poetry published on Kindle. Thanks, Brenda.

  8. Brenda, I actually managed to combine the Wordle with the dverse ekphrastic prompt. That’s a sign that your words are very good. Also, going around, I was so impressed with the breadth of subject matter for this Wordle. Great job, my dear, and thanks, Amy

  9. Jeep Walters says:

    Another wordle initiate. An interesting concept. I wrote a short bit of fiction…


  10. brendayun says:

    my first Sunday Whirl poem! thank you for the inspiration! So happy to find another poetic Brenda — and hope you poets consider submitting a poem to Pilgrims (http://www.pilgrimspoem.com).

  11. Misky says:

    I’ll be back tomorrow to read and leave comments! Happy wordling!

  12. Not sure I’ll be able to make it either, Brenda. Like you, these last three weeks have been “different,” but I do hope to be back. Enjoy the week, everyone.

  13. daphnepurpus says:

    Thanks, Brenda, and good luck to you and your daughter for the start of another school year!!

  14. GILLENA COX says:

    nailed this one early, a Sunday post this week

    much love..

  15. barbara_y says:

    Whirling Bren. Take a deep breath. Let it out. (sometimes that’s the hard part to remember)

  16. Irene says:

    Welcome home Brenda. No worries. We’ll just keep whirling.

  17. WabiSabi says:

    Thanks Brenda! I was inspired to try something new with my words today! Hope life calms down for you soon.

  18. Ramesh Sood says:

    Hope I could use all words..this wordle is wonderful..Thnx a lot Brenda…..I am enjoying….wrting…


  19. Pamela says:

    Thanks, Brenda. I couldn’t use all the words, but I still had fun. Happy whirl to all.


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