The Forger: 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:

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The Forger

Stress was as innate
To him
As the hat over his shaded eyes
Was to what he forged:
Checks. Art work. Money.
His works were a
A gallery as rampant as it was
As delicate as it was
As bland and
As the space that
His hat, and
His works

And then
They said
He spent a
Few years
On the coast,
Others said
He was
Sent away
For a while.

Nothing is
As it seems,
His world –

Or this.

Randy Mazie


9 thoughts on “The Forger: Sunday Whirl “wordle”

  1. I like this – but then I like watching the CSI shows. So much intrigue weather by the government or the ‘crooks’…sometimes it is hard to tell which is which. Welcome to the Whirl!

    I’ve two offerings for the Whirl this week you can access either or both through Mr. Linky at the Sunday Whirl. I’ve been writing a continuing story using Whirl Wordles…the whole think can be spied through the page labeled ‘As The Whirl Turns’ – on my blogspot site but you don’t have to read all thirty pages (plus) at once (or any of the story verse – each though I’d like to think is a mini-story in itself). Just wanted you to know where they were if you were interested.

  2. Nothing is ever as it seems in this world. Or the next. I know. I’ve been there. And it seems to me that I would much prefer the counterfeit to the original. A counterfeit seems like it would be much more difficult- working within the constraints that the original imposes…

    • As true or as real a statement as you have written as has ever was spoken or written about things that are untrue or unreal. Really.

      And you have been to the next world, have you? Are you sure you’ve fully returned? Not left a few things behind, have ye Paul? Just checki’. Just checkin’.

      It’s the Real thing, Randy

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