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05 June 2011

Wordle 7


I visited all of your blogs this week, and selected words from Marianne, Peggy, and Tracy.  From Somewhere in the Galaxy on Marianne's blog *elle ecrit* come gaudy, undulate, abyss, and spin.  From her blog On a Day Like Today, Peggy's poem Summer Night gives us inky, murmurs, purple, and glow.  And finally I pulled common, burrows, heart, and unafraid from Tracy B.'s poem Massachussetts Memories at her blog poem flow.  Please visit your fellow poets' responses to the wordle, and leave them a few good words.  :) 
Things might change up next week, as I'll be looking into adding Mr. Linky.  That should dissolve some commenting issues.  I won't be around to respond to any pieces until Monday.  But I do look forward to reading everyone's pieces every week.  Thanks for playing with words; your responses fill me up.

~Brenda

25 comments:

Susannah said...

My first time here. :-)

Here's mine - Steamy

Mary said...

Good words, Brenda. Here's mine:
http://inthecornerofmyeye.blogspot.com/2011/06/storm-warning.html

Elizabeth said...

Poem and image

http://soulsmusic.wordpress.com/2011/06/05/in-the-afterglow/

Elizabeth

margoroby said...

How are you all so fast?! But I look forward to reading them after I have agonised a while through mine.

flaubert said...

Oh my, these were some tough words to incorporate. Had to change some tenses. Thanks as always, Brenda.

Pamela

Peggy said...

I am very pleased you chose to take some words from my poem, Brenda! What a nice surprise to come back to after being away in Phoenix for a wedding for a few days. So glad to be back to my S Calif coastal climate! 105 degrees is hot even with dry heat!

Peggy said...

I did a poem from this week's wordle. Again I tried to use few additional words to see where the mood of just the wordle words took me. I think a Mr. Linky link is a good way to do this and look forward to that addition. Meanwhile here is my link:
http://ponderingspeggy.blogspot.com/2011/06/poem-lure-of-power.html

Marianne said...

I loved these words, Brenda! And thanks for the mention of my blog. Here's my poem:
http://herwordsbloomed.blogspot.com/2011/06/sunday-wordle-7.html

irene said...

Good to see all you braveheart poets here.

To the still insoluble world

vivinfrance said...

mine is a lullaby http://vivinfrance.wordpress.com/2011/06/06/wordling-lullaby/

margoroby said...

Brenda, you have a genius for putting words together. Three poems in a row is a record for my slow-moving thought processes. I am still in the Heavens with this week's:
http://margoroby.wordpress.com/2011/06/06/poem-for-wordling-whirl-7/
And if the address isn't a link, my name should be.

b_ said...

Nice words, Brenda. This one practically wrote itself.
( may have to try something else )
Musk

Francis Scudellari said...

Here's mine:
Pretty things preach pretty thoughts

Mr. Walker said...

Yeah, had to fiddle with the tenses a bit myself this week, but here's mine: untitled (Blogspot) or untitled (WordPress)

whenwordsescape said...

Here's mine:

Unraveled. Unspun.

...heading back into my burrow now...

Mike Patrick said...

This one was more difficult; still, the words were great.
http://thepoetsquill.wordpress.com/2011/06/06/tyrannys-demise/

flaubert said...

I've started a new blog at wordpress. So I decided to write a new poem with the words. Now if I only knew how to hypertext, I might have it figured out.

http://wordsandthoughtspjs.wordpress.com/2011/06/06/unafraid-and-posed/

imnotaverse said...

Late again!

http://imnotaverse.wordpress.com/2011/06/07/just-say-no-like-its-that-easy/

Traci B said...

Brenda, thanks for featuring my blog poemflow and choosing the word "common" from my poem for the wordle this week. I'm honored. :)

I'll be posting my poem shortly and will return to link it.

Traci B said...

My poem is up: Glowpurple

brenda w said...

I was out of town, then stuffed up and feverish. Len and I took a road trip round Montana yesterday to view the flooding. It was relaxing and wow. The amount of water is humbling and awesome.

I'm off to read your words. Here's a link to my piece:
it ended before it began

Henry Clemmons said...

Mine is late. Hope you have time to read it. You shouldn't have trouble finding it if u click on my name. It's Called, "Inky Spin."

Cathy said...

Last one again :-)

I'm going take a break from group for awhile. Need to recharge my poetry batteries.

Isabel said...

here's mine - the gathering
http://thesilenceoftheday.blogspot.com/2011/06/animals-photo-by-david.html

Christine Gail said...

That was fun! First time participant. Here is my offering

http://a-mus-ing.blogspot.com/2011/06/gaudy.html

Christy