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Tale Weaver Prompt #3 Making Sense of the Nonsense

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This week you are asked to weave a tale using the word

GREZZLE

in any of its forms be it verb, noun, adjective, adverb.

Grezzle, grezzling, grezzlfication, grezzliate, grezzliator,

Weave your story around what you perceive the meaning of the word to be.

Yes it is a made up word!!!

Allow your imagination to take your tale any place you feel is fit to go.

Go have fun.

Word limit 500 words.

When you’re finished your story, please TAG your post: Mindlovemisery’s Menagerie and Tale Weaver. Ping back to this page and add your link to our new Mr. Linky image.

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18 comments on “Tale Weaver Prompt #3 Making Sense of the Nonsense

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  2. summerstommy2
    March 5, 2015

    Sorry everyone who posts but I have messed up the linky this week. Hopefully I can get it fixed soon.

    http://summerstommy.com/2015/03/05/tale-weaver-prompt-3-making-sense-of-the-nonsense-greezle/

  3. phylor
    March 5, 2015

    From an email from Jen, it sounds like there have been problems with Mr. Linky this week!. I’m greezling right now.– I hope this leads to a good greezlation to submit.

    • summerstommy2
      March 5, 2015

      I think you should grezzle a bit to achieve your grezzlifaction. All fixed thanks to Jen.

      • phylor
        March 6, 2015

        I’m having a real problem with my wordpress postings. They are considered dangerous. What happens if you read a post?
        The problem may have started with Melvin and Vaughn

  4. mindlovemisery
    March 5, 2015

    I just wrote mine which I will post tomorrow morning. I had so much fun with this Michael!

    • summerstommy2
      March 5, 2015

      So happy to hear that Yves. We think we may offer a bit of nonsense every so often and see what others can come up with. I agree it is a fun exercise.

  5. hitandrun1964
    March 5, 2015

    she grizzled back and forth
    pacing
    and wringing her hands

    oh do sit down
    said her father
    all this grizzling
    is driving me
    mad

    I can’t help it
    father
    I will grezzle
    until my love
    returns
    safe and sound

    then grizzle
    in the other room
    you’re upsetting
    the dog

    she’s hungry
    not upset
    father
    grizzling
    does not
    upset animals
    just
    thoughtless
    fathers
    who have no
    empathy
    for what their
    daughters
    are going through

    FINE
    said the father
    dropping his newspaper
    to the floor
    we shall grizzle together
    and hope that you love
    returns tonight

    and so the two
    joined hands
    and grezzled
    well into the night
    only stopping
    when the daughter’s
    true love
    walked in the door

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  7. summerstommy2
    March 5, 2015

    Hmmm yes I like the story where to me a grizzle maybe opposite to a grezzle?

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  11. phylor
    March 10, 2015

    Scary to hit publish as I’m not sure the gremlins are not lurking some where in my Word Press stuff. That’s the reason for the panicked prompts! My detective story is coming — I’m still weaving greezle into the tale!

    • summerstommy2
      March 10, 2015

      So long as you aren’t turning yourself inside out…..lol

      • phylor
        March 10, 2015

        Haven’t tried the inside out pose — that’s this week’s class, lol. Interestingly enough, we have them on Thursday night.

      • summerstommy2
        March 10, 2015

        Then grezzle your Thursday away…

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