Whirligig 3 Wordle

Sanguinary language shocks
elderly guesthouse ladies,
who turn their heads in shame

*

Unhappy nightmare night
leads to daytime gone askew,
moments of dreary plight

*

A flurry of crimson flowers
pulls us back from the brink of sleep
into the cage of day

A bad night led to this dreary use of the Whirligig Wordle words kindly dreamed up by Magical Mystery Teacher.

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5 Responses to Whirligig 3 Wordle

  1. C.C. says:

    I love the imagery of being pulled from the brink of sleep back into the ‘cage of day’–such an interesting concept to ponder…..and, depending on what one has been dreaming, the day really can feel like a cage! Great imagery 🙂

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  2. magicalmysticalteacher says:

    I know what you mean about day being a cage. I look forward to retirement!

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  3. oldegg says:

    Despite your protestations these little vignettes were so easily visualised. I enjoyed them.

    Like

  4. humbird says:

    I liked these haiku, the last one about flowers and ‘cage of day’ – too visual! …I’m trying to keep this cage open.. ~ A short nap is a healthy solution. :)x

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