Musical Wordle 196

It is a sign
that maybe it is time
to change your mind,
erase the words,
trite as they are;
let music chime
across the miles.
Melodious spirit
breaks the spell,
spreads joy
throughout the land.
Today’s wordle words are:  Trite   aim   words   miles   mind   scorch   maybe   sign    spell    spirit     land       Do visit Brenda’s Sunday Whirl to see what others have made of them.

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10 Responses to Musical Wordle 196

  1. thehutts says:

    Playing music always lifts the spirit of two members of my household and it is music played on the much loved family piano! The non-musician also has a bit of a play by ear occasionally. Sally

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  2. Carrie says:

    A great rhythm. To me, it seems we could all benefit from a melodious spirit, and especially one that breaks spells and spreads joy.

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  3. I love your upbeat, positive take on the words this week. It is refreshing.

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  4. C.C. says:

    A melodious spirit….that sounds lovely 😉

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  5. Ding dong to that! A great read.

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  6. Pamela says:

    Yes, this uplifting, Viv. Very pretty, thanks.

    Love,
    Pamela ox

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  7. Misky says:

    A lovely, uplifting poem! Happy Sunday to you, Viv. >

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  8. nan says:

    Sometimes music really is the best solution for breaking a spell!

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  9. Seems simple and fun to read! I like it.

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