Hokum and Balderdash Wordle 138

wordle 138

 

A cloak of innocence,
merely skirts the issue:
The lens of truth will prevail,
reveal the wild and cruel.
*
In pursuit of happiness,
chasing cash and goods is useless.
Better far the pursuit of love.
To be beloved of Venus
preferable to Croesus.


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16 Responses to Hokum and Balderdash Wordle 138

  1. Pamela says:

    Proper poems, Viv? Your poems are always proper and perfect.

    Pamela

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  2. magicalmysticalteacher says:

    You avoid Croesus’s bed, do you? 😉

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  3. seingraham says:

    Well done Viv — nice use of these utterly defeating words (I speak from my own perspective as I found them very hard to work with for some reason…but love what you’ve done!)

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  4. Mr. Walker says:

    Viv, great ending, and a timely allusion to Croesus.

    Richard

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  5. 1sojournal says:

    Love this Viv, the title is a magnet drawing wisdom from these crazy words. Well done, my friend,

    Elizabeth

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  6. humbird says:

    ‘To be beloved of Venus’ ~ nice to be.

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  7. Misky says:

    Great poem but the title is a delight.

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  8. annell4 says:

    Love your title!

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  9. “chasing cash and goods is useless…” Amen!

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  10. drpkp says:

    wisdome with a laugh – a winning combination 🙂

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  11. Irene says:

    Better far the pursuit of love. Yes!

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  12. jae rose says:

    Yes love is well worth pursuing…

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  13. colonialist says:

    Irons out the Croesus in the cloak and skirt very well!

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  14. Wisely and succinctly said!

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