Category Archives: Wordle

Struggle Propaganda for Gaggles


How messy, taking courage as mantra that talk May lean on a magic way to exist; Stories feed the soul with struggle myths and don’t balk, For the vulnerable on which to subsist. © June 2019 Colonialist Advertisements

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Grandchildren Made Noisy


                Scoot or swim; children with noose, A sign to learn from love; Swing, of late, glad noise let loose, Now, in weekend, made deaf by all above!   June 2019 Colonialist

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Dance, Proposal, and Acceptance


  Chill! Swirl in beam freely; Stick to drive through teeming hall; Kneel before sweetheart; dream can really Come true with sign to cheer us all!     My own proposal took place in a car parked overlooking city lights; … Continue reading

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Paws for Healing


    Needs mercy walking dog? No surprise, Rough cement past gate gives song of trials To soft pads: give heart, then, and rise To hope from booth at back of Vet’s — healed dog smiles! © May 2019 Colonialist

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Film Script


Alley shoot: a siren sound; Style: Detective, where clues abound; Lights give insight, live cameras shift — From tracks, to roadblocks, to permit, lift. (Of course  I took this slant after the film script editing exercise I have just completed!) … Continue reading

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May 2019 Parliamentary Elections in South Africa


Cast vote not to win, but cut or diminish Overseer party power: Mouse may be worth more than rat at finish! Ideas to grin at in this hour Will crackle as factories once more flower. © April 2019 Colonialist

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Drought and Desolation


Power to shack comes from spring Limit reached what pump can bring, Glass shows no rain, Salt in park kills every tree again, Nothing on wings in sight Insect spray on ridge: more blight.   © April 2019 Colonialist

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