A Manic Clash: Sunday Whirl “wordle”

The Sunday Whirl blog invites writers to write a poem or short prose using some or all of the “wordle’s” 12 word.
 
This week’s words are:

wordle 85

wordle 85


 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

A Manic Clash

An affair of days,
and days with-
out ends,
drivenwithout
nights,
waxing on andon,
hewn of de-
sire andmore sire and
moresire andmore,
in the sandon
thegrittycitystreetsanddirtyparksand
noisypolicestationsandhospitalsuntil

I am
forlorn;
I am de-
fused, and

you
find
me
on
the
cusp,
on the
fork
in
the
road,
on
the floor,
of
the
ward,
and asleep,
at
last.


Randy Mazie

8 thoughts on “A Manic Clash: Sunday Whirl “wordle”

    • Thanks.

      I consider writing, an art form, and to be formed or cast like the actual physical act of creating art work- whether painting, drawing, sculpting, etc.

      I believe that writing is a physical format and words are reflected, a story s told, a reader is captured, in not only the details and how the words flow, but how they are presented to the reader. Form is as important as the content.

      There is a long history, obviously, of writers experimenting and incorporating this in their writing styles.

      Randy

    • Thank you.

      Now,
      Mama Pajama,
      I’d like to know,
      if you rolled
      out of bed?
      And if you did,
      did you go
      down to the po-
      lice station?

      And did
      papa
      find out?
      Did he
      begin to
      SHOUT?
      And did it start
      an
      investigation?

      Now, again,
      Are you on your way?

      Just curious, a little,

      Randy

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