Poem goes Phut

Mindlovemiserysmenagerie gives us a beautiful wordle, asking us to use 10 of these heterogeneous words: Tweak 2. Cloy 3. Jeans     4. Browse     5. Reverse     6. Pewter     7. Nozzle  8 Bedraggled 9. Stria   10. Truculent      11. Knuckles     12. Slack

My muse  is slacking, my skill is in reverse.
Truculently I slam the keyboard, pound out words,
browse them in despair.
The bedraggled poem drags its knuckles on the floor,
is tweaked viciously to no avail.
Poetry cloys.
I browse the thesaurus,
turn the nozzle of focus hither and yon.
Striated lines pile up higgledy piggledy,
are re-arranged until they make no sense.
The poem escapes my grasp
and dies.

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11 Responses to Poem goes Phut

  1. Candy says:

    Words do take on a life of their own

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  2. It’s like a creature by the end – the poem – neat take on this, Viv.

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  3. catterel says:

    Know that feeling so well! Well crafted!

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  4. Oh can I ever relate to this, how cleverly you used the words XD

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  5. A great exposition of what happened to me this morning 🙂

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  6. That one tickled me. Well done.

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  7. Misky says:

    Looks like you did quite okay to me!


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