Resignation – Wordle 169

One lacklustre morning,
the sun eclipsed by millions of pewter clouds,
I sulked in my room.
A manufactured collection of heterogeneous words
grabbed me by the throat and squeezed.
Euterpe, the cheeky muse of lyric poetry,
took a hike – shot off her mouth
to the first sympathetic person she met,
complaining that I wouldn’t come out to play.
I sighed (side, geddit?)
and gave honours to the wordle maker.

 

 

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17 Responses to Resignation – Wordle 169

  1. Pamela says:

    Concise, Viv. Yes, sometimes the words do leave us feeling that way.

    Pamela ox

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  2. This is a cute take on the word list! It made me smile.

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  3. I wondered if you’d change the spelling of ‘lackluster’… 🙂

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  4. Bastet says:

    Brilliant … feisty muses can be so useful … glad you battled onward – this fun poem is a great reward!

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  5. Wow…what an economical use of the words!

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  6. kaykuala h says:

    It worked it certainly does! It pays off very well, Viv!

    Hank

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  7. 1sojournal says:

    I am beginning to wonder if the words were easy, if we’d even bother anymore…I think we do enjoy the battle on some level. I like what you accomplished,

    Elizabeth
    http://soulsmusic.wordpress.com/

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  8. Nara Malone says:

    Loved this. I took my poetic frustrations on a waltz with the muse too.

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  9. The giver of delight blended disparate wordles minus muse, leaving those of perusing pleased and amused. Thank you 🙂

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  10. jae rose says:

    But how wonderfully those heterogeneous words fell together…

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  11. colonialist says:

    At the end, there, you were just putting on side. 🙂

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  12. Ha! Cute twist. Thank you.

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  13. oldegg says:

    You make it seem like a battle with the word maker but in composing your piece you showed that undaunted you could front up and give us a laugh.

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