My Worgle and My Worg – Which is Worgse?


Wordle 251 using my usual self-imposed rules of words in order, adding as few as possible, and rhyming:

WORDLE 251             

                      Impact

Hung less high made the painted fish,

Upon their screen of the finest cloth,

Enter sight last, as was the wish:

Above, flowers burn, butterfly o’er moth,

For the blooms took all the colours bright …

But the striking fish were subtly white.

Fish

My Word! Even though my Power Point can Excel, my Outlook is bleak and I’ve been thrown out of Office!

My Office program never really got on with MS 10 when I downloaded it, and has been increasingly crabby and argumentative ever since. Finally it has gone into revolt, so tomorrow I will *sob* have to purchase and download a 2016 edition. Hopefully that will enable me to put in a more regular appearance here than of late. It is painful to have to spend hours watching a whirling wheel whenever on internet. Of course the suspense of waiting to see if there will be a result or a timeout every time ‘Enter’ or ‘Send’ is pressed might be regarded as entertaining – but, then, it might not.

© May 2016 Colonialist (WordPress)
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About colonialist

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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12 Responses to My Worgle and My Worg – Which is Worgse?

  1. Barb says:

    Good luck on the software, you obviously don’t need it to create wonderful verse.

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    • colonialist says:

      Comment appreciated! I still haven’t managed to get the software, and am suffering some frustration as a result. Drafting on Word rather than on WP is so much easier. Plus I use Outlook …

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  2. Debra says:

    I call it the spinning wheel of death! It’s really so dreaded! Whether your computer gives you the support you need or not, you can still express yourself with style and amazing creativity!

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  3. IB Arora says:

    nice lines, thanks for stopping by on my blog

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  4. annell4 says:

    I love this piece!!!

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  5. My first computer was so slow that I’s press send and then go and make a cup of tea while waiting for it to work!

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  6. Stephanie Haahjem says:

    You have surpassed yourself-this one is brilliant!

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