Wordle 205


Dear Wordlers,

This will be our last Whirl for a few months. Due to some changes in my life, there will be a Whirl hiatus until July. Thank you for your participation and support of this forum. I know April will keep you all busy writing. Good luck with your work, and I’ll see you back here in July.

Leave a link to your work in the comments below so others can see what you’ve done with the words.

We’ll be back up and running in 3 months.

See you then,



31 comments on “Wordle 205

  1. Gillena Cox says:

    best regards, take care of yourself till meet again in July

    much love

  2. Susmit says:

    Brenda,- it’s awesome, as always. Looking forward to your return.

    Mine is up at: http://rhymeramble.blogspot.in/2015/04/final-week-to-b-school.html?m=1

  3. drpkp says:

    For Brenda

    This Saturday eve of
    wind without whirl of
    words without whisper-
    no tumbled syllables
    fall together in magic
    configurations – yet
    though the site is still
    your song sings in
    the whirl that continues
    to rustle, to stir, as
    gratitude swells, rising,
    swooping as swallows
    against the midnight sky
    resting with folded velvet
    wings within me waiting
    for you to begin to whirl
    when and if, you and life
    are so moved once again ….
    For now dear Muse of
    a tens of thousands of
    inspired words – whirl
    with love

  4. skyllairae says:

    Brenda! This is an awesome wordle! Good luck to you 🙂 Moving is pain but I am so happy that you are getting every new opportunity! https://wormwoodwriting.wordpress.com/2015/03/31/repaired/

  5. humbird says:

    Thank you for always interesting on time group of words! Wish you, Brenda all the best at new place :)x ~ My poem here: http://humbirdstar.blogspot.com/2015/03/sunday-deal.html ~ Sunny week to all!

  6. Bastet says:

    Brenda, we’ll miss you very much, but I’m happy very much for you! My Wordle could not, not be dedicated to you: Best of luck and we’ll see you in July! Hugs!


  7. http://firmlyrooted.blogspot.in/2015/03/blog-post_29.html

    I will miss the wordle but one needs to set priorities.

    The best for you…

  8. Mr. Walker says:

    Here is a link to my poem: https://sadlywaiting.wordpress.com/2015/03/29/hold-em/
    Brenda, good luck to you in your move. Big changes, but good ones. I, myself, changed jobs recently. I am working in a new school and district this year, which is part of why I haven’t been around so much lately. Take all the time you need. And a thousand “thank you”s for all the words you’ve inspired me to write. Maybe I can try to catch up on some of the wordles I missed. – Richard

  9. gailatthefarm says:

    Good luck during your new journey. I will think of you.

  10. CC Champagne says:

    But, but, but… I only just got back into wordling!!! Well, good luck and thank you for all the many, many Sunday poetry puzzles of the past, Brenda! I hope you get settled OK and that we’ll see you again in summer. Here’s my entry for today.


  11. annell4 says:

    Dear Brenda One of the best part of every week, are your word prompts. You will be missed, but there will be many looking forward, holding their breaths until you return!!! Be careful.


  12. kaykuala h says:

    Thanks Brenda for getting us together. You have things all nicely lined up for the next few months. Wishing you and family the best.



  13. Thank you all for your kind words. The changes are good, but change always comes with some pain. We are moving to our Ohio home. Our house here closes on April 15, when Len will head east. I will be staying with a friend until the end of the school year on June 12, at which point I will join him. He will come back to Montana to make the journey with me. The mountains of Montana will forever call my name. I’ll be spending my weekends loving them.

    Next year, I plan to substitute teach in a few districts, freeing up my time, and getting a feel for in which district I might pursue future employment. Thyra, my daughter is in college in DC, a mere 8 hour drive from our place in Ohio. I’ll spend some time getting to know our nation’s capital. I’ll see the colors of fall paint the landscape, and next spring, the cherry blossoms in DC will bombard me with sweetness.

    All is good, but tears will fall during this time of busy change. It’s a time of endings opening beginnings.

  14. b_y says:

    Thanks for all these weeks of words, Brenda. Take care of yourself.

  15. Jae Rose says:

    Thank you for all the whirls..you and the whirl will be missed but we look forward to your return


  16. Brenda, we will miss you. Haste ye back!

    I used all but 2 of this week’s words, here: https://vivinfrance.wordpress.com/2015/03/29/courtship-wordle-205/

  17. C.C. says:

    Brenda, I’m sorry to hear this very sad news 😦 I hope the Whirl hiatus treats you well and that the changes are good. Thank you for all the work you have consistently put into making The Sunday Whirl such an awesome place for us to be inspired every week 🙂

    Here’s mine for this last time before the Whirl hiatus: https://consciouscacophony.wordpress.com/2015/03/28/done-deal-baby/

  18. oldegg says:

    Sad this will be the last for a few months. My piece is a bit dark too. Here it is http://basketrange.blogspot.com.au/2015/03/glad-we-had-this-talk.html

  19. Pamela says:

    See you when you return, Brenda. July? I hope all is well in your corner of the world.


  20. magicalmysticalteacher says:

    I kept checking the Facebook page, and saw nothing, so I decided to come here. I’m glad we get one more chance to whirl in March (although mine will be quite late, since I just saw the announcement). Best of luck to you, Brenda, in negotiating the changes ahead. We look forward to your safe and healthy return!

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