Cryptic instructions for using a witch’s potion:


wordle-267 pot-in-chest

Open chest after you submit;

Pot, that date, will be found in it;

Rinse it well before lid you free,

or

Scream at mess of ashes there’ll be!

This attempt at Wordle 267 is inspired more by rhyming and economy of added words than by making any profound statement — or much sense! Imagine it as an extract from a fantasy quest adventure …

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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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14 Responses to Cryptic instructions for using a witch’s potion:

  1. annell4 says:

    You are amazing!

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  2. I spent longer thinking about it than I did reading it! Different!

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  3. Jae Rose says:

    A definite fantasy quest – I know a certain little someone who would have no doubt in drinking that potion – a fine brew of words

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  4. I hate witch’s threats of doom just as my curiosity begins to peak (or peek). Randy

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  5. calmgrove says:

    Hmm, know that after you submit your chest
    to be rubbed with a mess of cream and ashes
    (from a suspicious pot with an out-of-date “Best
    Before” from last year) then you’ll scream and a rash is
    what’ll result till you rinse it all free —
    I’m a doctor, you know, so trust me!

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