We Write Poems gives us an interesting prompt this week, pandering to my penchant for wordles! Three words each from poems submitted to Elizabeth’s Thursday’s prompt to create a collaborative wordle. Here is the word list compiled from poems , with contributor’s name is given in parenthesis. Thank goodness we didn’t have to use them all!
dreams, crowd, edge (Robin)
creation, motley, fabrics (Vivienne)
grouchy, giddy, wildflowers (Marian)
portal, antedilluvian, begetting (Denise)
sepia, fluid, voyeurs (Nicole)
wishes, cycle, beaming (Annell)
tail, tangled, shadow (Abby)
exultant, bowed, untrodden (Jules)
intoxicating, melancholy, stillness (Elizabeth)
sparsity, plough, wrinkles (Misky)
eats, coal, neon (Barbara)
oxymoron, meteors, oranges (Irene)
good, incense, prayers (Pamela)
pinks, fortune, compass (Dick)
Here’s all I could come up with through the poetry drought that’s dragged on too long!
In a rare glimmer of sunshine
I see over the edge of the garden
a vast stretch of sepia earth –
waiting in suspense for the plough
that will wrinkle the soil
until seed is planted to transform the scene,
beget a rampant waving sea of green
which will block our view of distant trees
as the cycle of seasons rolls on.
But for the moment, nothing,
not even wild flowers.
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