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Wordle # 37 – December 1, 2014

 

Wordle 37 Dec. 1

 

The wordle contains 12 words those words are:

1. Banister

2.Poison

3. Rustle

4. Pallor

5. Dizzy

6. Unease

7. Laughter

8. Controvert (to argue against, dispute, deny, oppose)

9. Lacteal (milky, resembling milk)

10. Convulsion

11. Maim

12. Hasten

Rules:

Use at least 10 of the words to create a story or poem.

The words can appear in an alternate form.

Use the words in any order that you like.

 

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I love to read...I like to write...I've travelled the world and seen the sites. I'm past my prime and feel so young, especially when near the young. I'm writing this blog, to remember, to think and to share...with the hopes that someone else will make a comment that will stimulate new thoughts and pathways. Actually, I'm a gabber, so the logical extension of gabbing is blogging! ;-)

24 comments on “Wordle # 37 – December 1, 2014

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  3. phylor
    December 2, 2014

    Great set of words! I used all but one — usually I have to push it to get to 10! Did it as a free write so no polish or editing (other than out right spelling mistakes). I’m a little rough around the edges!

    • Bastet
      December 2, 2014

      I read your piece and it was quite a wonderful Gothic image … loved what you did and free writing probably helped to use most of the words .. bravo!

      • phylor
        December 2, 2014

        Thank you! I haven’t been participating in two free writing prompts of late, so I needed to just let my unconscious/subconscious mind try to settle down my conscious one. Guess I’m gothic thru and thru — past life perhaps?

      • Bastet
        December 2, 2014

        One never knows .. but the words were pretty leading too ..most people came up with a poisoning or a ghost – including myself. 😉

      • phylor
        December 2, 2014

        I have been remiss in my reading of other stories. It seems I can either read contributions or write contributions, but rarely can do both. The words do hint at poisoning and ghostly presences. Hopefully, I be able to combine replies to comments (another one or the other task), and read your story.

      • Bastet
        December 3, 2014

        I know what you mean … I’m always way behind on reading other peoples posts and sometimes never get to do that at all. There are just so many hours in a day … and one can’t always be at the computer …

      • phylor
        December 2, 2014

        This is off topic, but I forget how to get the snow gently fall across my blog. I know it’s a holiday thing with wp that was free, but I don’t know where to generate it.
        Thanks in advance

      • Bastet
        December 2, 2014

        Hmm … I put it on last year … just a sec I’ll have a look.

      • Bastet
        December 2, 2014

        Ok … go onto your dashboard … open settings … then general … there a box that says: Show falling snow on my blog until January 4th.

      • phylor
        December 2, 2014

        Thanks! When you wrote it, I remembered it. Mindless today.

      • Bastet
        December 3, 2014

        saw you found it after I’d sent the comment … a bit slow myself.

      • phylor
        December 2, 2014

        found the snow — off topic again — I seem to be in the middle of a blizzard — gotta go get boots and shovel.

      • Bastet
        December 2, 2014

        lol … here it’s still raining .. we’ll have to build an ark I think.

      • phylor
        December 2, 2014

        Now there’s another potential prompt — what would you take in the ark circa 2014!

      • Bastet
        December 3, 2014

        lol … could be an idea at that!

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