Category Archives: Wordplay

Macbeth in Toyland


    Dub ill, dub ill, Toyland trouble, Buy a fern, and called Ron ‘Bubble’: (When witch had called poor Noddy sick, Sold him a fern to get well quick, But fern belonged to guy called Ron — Frothed at … Continue reading

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Last post for a lost post; CUP EXCLUSIVE!


I had a post that wouldn’t post, It said it had, but lied — Has WordPress given up the ghost, Or just my blog that’s died?      

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Chews to predict the fuchsia!


  Headmaster to school leavers wrapped sweets for each will give, Before his lecture on how their lives they all should live. This is done so all of them there fully understands, ‘Remember that the fruit-chew is resting in your … Continue reading

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Sighence Friction Phantasy


Wordle 358                   In limbo, images rattle through ring; Safe, will fold into nowhere, but will bring A gasp if from the pit their shell reforms; Split pill with blade: protect from … Continue reading

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A Postal Exorcise to Stamp Out Demons


Invisible creature close by; corners skip behind — Belong in Hell to roam — Strip from hiding and laugh as you find; Put in cardboard, paint black, post home!   © May 2018 Colonialist

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FOOTBLE WORDLE


          Wordle 351 Game simple, string net behind beam;  List teams; streak, ball still at feet, hasten, A sheen of sweat; kick ball mid-seam  Rattle post, beat keeper, score fasten.   I still can’t kick the … Continue reading

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Sea Hear Now …


Day 26  ‘…  write a poem that includes images that engage all five senses. Try to be as concrete and exact as possible with the “feel” of what the poem invites the reader to see, smell, touch, taste and hear.’ … Continue reading

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