Whirligig Wordle 7

Longing to be leaving,
I don’t want to find you grieving,
lighting candles to remember
what you thought of  as a treasure.
Rush away  and have some fun –
learn to roar at the sun,
for this prodigal
is indestructible.

Other poems constructed from the words to be found here

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16 Responses to Whirligig Wordle 7

  1. magicalmysticalteacher says:

    I like the lilt of this poem! Lovely!

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  2. colonialist says:

    Tricky words, very well used.


  3. peggygoetz says:

    Great and smooth use of the prompt words. Love the spirit of this.

    Liked by 1 person

  4. From one who lights candles, I appreciate the reference and the urgings to focus on living rather than the dead. Lovely!

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  5. Mr. Walker says:

    Viv, beautiful. I love the transition that happens half way through.

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  6. You did an amazing job with those 7 words. Impressive for this person who knows nothing of poetry. I liked it a lot.

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  7. Misky says:

    I read this, love it, nearly burst into tears for some unknown reason. Is it a full moon tonight, or something else equally unexplainable? >


  8. annell4 says:

    Nice play with the words.

    Liked by 1 person

  9. oldegg says:

    Of course you are right, not all prodigals are failures but bounce back despite the setbacks.

    Liked by 1 person

  10. Jae Rose says:

    What a mighty roar of a poem this is..and an effortless use of the prompt words

    Liked by 1 person

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