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08 May 2011

Wordle 3


Vivinfrance is a frequent stop on my weekly poetry reading. Viv's work is intelligent, heartfelt, honest, and often refreshing.  Now Viv has professed to not be entirely fond of wordles.  However, her contribution to last week's wordle, got me waning all nostalgic for NaPoWriMo, and it hasn't been that long in the grave. She refers to NaPoWriMo as a month of animated scribbling.   Indeed!

This week, the first four words I selected came from Viv's piece, Dawn in Anse à la Mouche  (The bay of the fly). Those four include mists, breathes, supersedes, and seaweed.  Those four words drove a search for more words that dealt with water. My favorite wordle post of the week was Angie Werren's crows build nests with sticks and twigs, and hers footed the bill for water words: evaporation, released, river, and water.  finally, I pulled four words from the poem,  the end of it on Marianne's blog *elle ecrit*. These did not have to do with water, but I liked them: slides, embroidered, tiny, and tugs.

22 comments:

Mary said...

It seems I open the comment session this week. It's a pleasure:
http://phoenix-em.com/mariyakoleva/2011/05/wordle-embroidered-seaweed/

Stan Ski said...

Here's mine:
EVAPORATED

Mary said...

This was fun, Brenda! Thank you.

http://inthecornerofmyeye.blogspot.com/2011/05/summer-ecstasy.html

brenda w said...

Here's my piece, and I'm off to read yours!
The River

soulsmusic said...

A hint of sarcasm in the title that evaporates all too swiftly,

http://soulsmusic.wordpress.com/2011/05/08/soaking-wet/

Elizabeth

briarcat said...

Thanks for the words. I wouldn't have gotten anything even similar without them
Rough as a Cob

flaubert said...

Thanks Brenda. Mine is quite short.

http://flaubert-poetrywithme.blogspot.com/2011/05/molecular-structure-whirl-of-wordling.html

flaubert said...

Oops! Thanks Viv, Angie and Marianne.

enerihot said...

Thanks for the wordle!

I am not my mother

enerihot said...

Brenda, A gentle tone of a difficult subject and I particularly liked "The river supersedes her."
for some reason, could not comment on your blog.

brenda w said...

Thanks for your comment, Irene...don't know why my blog knocks some out. I appreciate the "gentle tone" comment. One of my goals this week was to not go so dark with my piece. Perhaps "gentle" is a step in that direction. :)
~Brenda

whenwordsescape said...

Here is my attempt at this week's wordle...

Message in a Bottle...Once Full

Now that I've written...I look forward to reading all of your posts, as well!

~Paula Wanken

lucychili said...

mm water is always evocative.
http://crankymango.blogspot.com/2011/05/encounter.html

vivinfrance said...

I'm still blushing from Brenda's comments. Here's my wordle:
http://vivinfrance.wordpress.com/2011/05/09/low-tide-at-granville/
I'll come back later to read.

sharplittlepencil said...

http://sharplittlepencil.wordpress.com/2011/05/09/spring-to-life-again/

Enjoying seeing spring upon us! Thanks for the Wordle, Brenda!

Marianne said...

Many thanks for the mention of my blog. Here's my wordle:
http://herwordsbloomed.blogspot.com/2011/05/sunday-wordle-3.html

Greyscale Territory said...

I have just discovered your blog and your Wordle prompts! Love the idea! Here is mine!
Another Life Cycle

imnotaverse said...

At last I managed to get to it!

http://imnotaverse.wordpress.com/2011/05/10/calm/

Mr. Walker said...

Okay, here's Snow Melt (WordPress) or Snow Melt (Blogspot)

KidDenverPoet said...

My first entry here

[url=http://henryclemmonspoet.blogspot.com/2011/05/mist-of-mint-wordle-3.html]Mist of Mint[/url]

Henry Clemmons, Blog: Underside of Green

KidDenverPoet said...

I guess the HTML code I know doesn't work here.
My title is at: http://henryclemmonspoet.blogspot.com/2011/05/mist-of-mint-wordle-3.html

It is called "Mist of Mint". You can get by clicking on my blog, "Underide of Green".
Thank you.

therer2doors said...

oh, brenda -- thank you so much for your kind comments and for using my words! I'm so surprised and the support literally made my day brighter.

I am just catching up today; it's been a rough week. hoping to get back on track this afternoon.

here's my poem for this wordle --
released

angie