Category Archives: Wordle

Wordle as an Equestrian Mishap


              Horse sleepy: cinch to sign up fine; Junk that child rider cannot bud? Chimes true . . . but strikes trunk of trees in line, Girth parts; on snow shows blood! © November … Continue reading

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Book Launch but Forgot Memory Stick!


  I fly to pitch light novel Sing praises . . . stranded, grovel — Stick promising slides for machine  Yearn for; miss; at home left been! Wasted journey for talk is seen.   I have taken poetic licence, here. … Continue reading

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Annointment From a Hadeda Ibis Nest


Wordle 375 Eggs sway in breeze on misty day Attentive parents drive cats away Hatched child (or chick) in home movies features Won’t sing, but runny tum these creatures — Find the corn set out today Sent back down in … Continue reading

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Mob Protest Violence and Looting in South Africa


                  Mood hits, and will act revenge to take; Charge with weapons, singing battle cry; To loot café, alter route will make, In between, forget first purpose high.   © October 2018 … Continue reading

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Striking a Box of Matches


              Matches end bruised and with vision all blurred Voices through numb mind have blossomed unheard; Unhinged to savour such! Listen to those Who nail how one edges from aches with such blows! © … Continue reading

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ABUSE


            Can’t stand to know worry on face Shows knock can’t talk about; Awful sex blend would bring disgrace; Here, plans to withhold facts, no doubt. © September 2018 Colonialist  

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An Astrology Charlatan.


    Where shine, show chain of stars in line; Calculus, with root of nine; Sliver sets game afoot to feign a train — A crime one should disdain, To falsify such design.     © September 2018 Colonialist  

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