wordle 185

Optimism

Joy
satisfied
with the way
the first glimpse of
sun,  the first  sparkle,
the first slash of sunburn
dispels the cold gray
jaded spirit of
winter
rain

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16 Responses to wordle 185

  1. Perfect! Love the shape.

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  2. A diamond of a poem! Delightful

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  3. Bastet says:

    A great wordle! Love how you used this form so effectively .. 🙂

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  4. 1sojournal says:

    No jaded sun here! Delightful read, wonderful write…

    Elizabeth
    http://soulsmusic.wordpress.com/

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  5. You’ve created beauty in just a few words. Lovely!

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  6. magicalmysticalteacher says:

    So much joy in so few words. Well done!

    Whirling with Galway

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  7. granny1947 says:

    You are so good at this…admiration from Africa.

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  8. Misky says:

    It’s blowing a gale here, and chucking down rain. May I have a bit of your sun, please? >

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  9. drpkp says:

    Oh Viv – although I too sometimes do a bit of form – I’m secretly not usually much of a fan … but this is just wonderful – this “diamond” sparkling in content and form – delightful!!!

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  10. annell4 says:

    So nicely done, and i love the look.

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  11. Jae Rose says:

    Joy is found in the simple things that enter our soul – you have brought such clarity to that in this shining poem

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  12. Neatly brought together.

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  13. oldegg says:

    “If winter comes can spring be far behind?” that is the hope but the first warm rays of the sun sparlking in your poem of springtime is the proof.

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  14. C.C. says:

    This is beautiful…I love the way it looks, the way the words flow together to form meaning, the truth of the optimistic message, and especially the line, “the first slash of sunburn” as it makes me almost able to feel that sting!

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