Absurdle Wordle on a Shattered Sermon, Suitable for Seriously Soggy Sunday


Wordle 250

Wordle 250

Those taking Mass, in trance at flow
Of virtue-road-map rant,
Found bit of news priest then would show
In chant, had logic scant …
Such after-shock
The trance would block.

And Now, the Whether.

Rain continues to reign unaboated. Breathing outside puts one in risk of water on the lungs. Golfing would require a scuba outfit –  the course is now suitable for yachting.  Whether the weather will allow anyone to get to work tomorrow without a submarine is deboatable.

Feast for the Eyes

A marinated beef starter at lunch on Monday when the Berea picture of Durban Harbour was taken.  It tasted even better than it looks.

A marinated beef starter at lunch on Monday as guests of Sister-i-L when the Berea picture of Durban Harbour was taken. It tasted even more scrumptious than it looks.

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Active septic geranium who plays with words writing fantasy novels and professionally editing, with notes writing classical music, and with riding a mountain bike, horses and dinghies.
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15 Responses to Absurdle Wordle on a Shattered Sermon, Suitable for Seriously Soggy Sunday

  1. Grannymar says:

    You have our rain while we bask in glorious sunshine! The food looks droolingly delicious!

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  2. libraschild says:

    drooling over starter
    we had good weather on this end over the weekend… for a change…

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  3. As a vegan, I can’t say the roast beast is tempting, but I loved the wordle! You are a clever wordsmither! As for the rain, you have deluges and other places are as dry as a vodka martini (no vermouth). Global climate change…ARG!

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  4. What a challenge you took on! And what fun it was to read–

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  5. That’s rally neat, and the food looks good enough to eat! Nice one,

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  6. 1sojournal says:

    Wonderfully concise and still coherent. The food looks great,

    Elizabeth
    https://soulsmusic.wordpress.com/2016/05/08/waterfalls-and-memory/

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    • colonialist says:

      My personal challenge is to do them in the order given, in rhyme, and with as few added words as possible. I am surprised by the sense that emerges!
      That dish
      Was delish!

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  7. Tom Merriman says:

    Col… nice Wordle, nice food… sorry about the weather though!

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  8. Jae Rose says:

    I live the playfulness and weight of these words – they feel steamy and loaded and really quite delicious!

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  9. Pussycat44 says:

    It never rains but it pours. No rain in Gauteng, but too much in eThekwini.
    I had a wonderful, tasty beef stew for Mother’s Day and plenty of cake. That warmed the cockles of my heart.

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