Category Archives: Wordle

Green Female and Blackmail


Wordle 291 Not easy to make any sense out of using all the words in the given order, while also creating a rhyme, this week!   In green ball gown she rings the bell; After admittance, a penguin-suited Waiter will lead her … Continue reading

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Empty Revenge


  Wordle 290 Beasts relish boons they expect revenge may give, A wish brims to splinter and bruise; Blanks always flash where  a story of mercy might live, But,  peeling delusion,  they lose. © March 2017 Colonialist

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Fire and Brimstone


Wordle 289 The words smoke forth with bits of flame; Leaks through the mind that saw the parts to miss — Church, temple, swing flat lies of blame, But sense can track what eye may miss of this. © March … Continue reading

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Wordle 288 … Where the Cap Fits …


No angel, but some feathered jinx That on this planet such shallow, hollow Doctrines implanted with their stinks, Expecting us to follow! With a sigh, we decide to leave each cult to bleed or spin Shamelessly into the news with … Continue reading

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Saved by Loan Sharks


Wordle 287 Marooned; no hope when the boom was lost; Rescuers deny line – we must sign a deal To fill which, sky would seem the cost; Rather swing into stream and drift, we feel! © February 2017 Colonialist

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Lasting Prayers


Wordle 284 Prayers carved into brown doors, On papers fingernails must prise, Or fire-etched on floors, Or bled in stone to show the wise — The body of such messages has streamed As soldiers, fighting longer than is dreamed. © … Continue reading

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Granny Grows Naughty


Wordle 284 from The Sunday Whirl. Only eleven words this week for me to use in order and cause to rhyme. That helped to keep it short and simple. If you recognise the plant, you probably have a misspent youth! The crooked grandmother … Continue reading

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