Category Archives: Wordle

The Call of the Sea


Wordle 339 From sand, follow wind with urge memory saves To shout ‘Outward bound!’ You miss the power and hunger of the waves — Madness of boundless sound. © February 2018 Colonialist Advertisements

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Monk or Monkey?


Wordle 338 Frozen; rope-tied robes; ‘saint’ rasping sermons hazy; Not of Earth; hands folded in gusts of piety; Holy? — No home; poverty — Wholly crazy! © February 12 2018 Colonialist

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KINDLY FORWARD COPY OF LOST PHOTO FROM CAR RIDE


  In Wordle 337 I am more intent on writing the words in the order given, rhyme, adding very few words, and coherence, than I am on creating poetry. Post missing spectacle from spin In mint condition from the ink … Continue reading

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Meddling with moggy in-ca(n)t-ations.


Wordle 336   Trample magic of day into dense band, with aim That you ransom tale cat told in rain to inflame, And dangerously change thereby name of the game. © January 2018 Colonialist

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Creating A Clean Record


        Wordle 335   Design plethora of lies to soothe into groove; Final, none will show; dirt void; ‘clean’ vinyl will prove, Leaving chime present to sponge out the song — When one is done, then it … Continue reading

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The Abomination of Poultry Sacrifices


Saturday was occupied with more involvement on the two estate matters (I obtained a Death Certificate on the one, and traced and spoke to the Executor on the other), gardening, and work on jungle gym, as was today. At least … Continue reading

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All Cut Up in Botched Burglary; Haul Away!


Wordle 330 Shock! Broken glass on grass this morn; Lock time passed, and chain will runner screen, Shoe pierced by shard on slippery lawn — Dogs give tongue; the bleeding man is seen. (A scene such as is repeated daily in … Continue reading

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