Really Awfully Plastered and Monkey Got None


Wordle 253

In robes with tassel, see him creep

To climb the vine in chill of night;

Opes trap a crack; views those asleep

In diverse beds below in sight;

Mad light shines from his tawny eyes;

Non-lucid mind in drunken mist

Loose plaster ruins his surprise,

And so the nuns remain unkissed.

I enjoyed the process of getting the Wordle 253 words to paint a tense scene in rhyme, and then to throw in an anti-climax!

By the way, I got one of these to tell me I have been blogging with WP for six years. Amazing how time flies when one is having fun.

anniversary-2x

© May 2016 Colonialist (WordPress)

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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17 Responses to Really Awfully Plastered and Monkey Got None

  1. Six years! Wow a 🎓 Master of WordPress 😊👍🏻⭐️ fabulous

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  2. granny1947 says:

    A great six years.
    You have shared so much.
    Thank you.

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  3. Tom Merriman says:

    Happy 6th Col!
    And another well-written Wordle. It ‘staggered’ along nicely!😀

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  4. Joss says:

    well done! the poem and the six years.

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  5. Jae Rose says:

    Happy sixth anniversary and what a wry poem – you’ve used the prompt words so effortlessly and told such a unique story..the last line certainly made me smile

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  6. Brilliant – especially that last line!

    My Sunday Threesome!

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  7. gipsika says:

    This is hilarious!! 😀 Well done!

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  8. Stephanie Haahjem says:

    This one is brilliant-love it!

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  9. oldegg says:

    I expect a few will be disappointed. That monk was up to usual monkey business I expect.

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