Wordle 231

To write a wordle
I’ll try to tell you
how to join a dozen
unconnected words
into sensible prose or poetry.

Write the words
on slips of paper.
Next, shuffle them like cards
and deal them into a line.

Then think ─
but, er, it may take years ─
try to find a sentence
that makes sense.

This is the best
that I could construe:

Sleep safely
protected
from night chill,

 

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7 Responses to Wordle 231

  1. I like to pair unrelated words; some of my best poems have come from wordles where I did that.

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  2. Bastet says:

    clever how you used butter 😉

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  3. Good one! Sometimes that is all you can come up with. Good for you in going ahead!

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  4. Misky says:

    Oh my! You mean the sentence is supposed to make sense?! 😀 >

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  5. Mama Pajama says:

    nice one – that’s usually what I do, but this one flustered me. I see you had trouble fitting ‘butter’ in as well…it ended up taking me in a new direction, though, so it’s all good!

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