Today: The Sunday Whirl “Wordle”

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

wordle words

wordle words

Today

Out of millions of days,
I have this one
to grab by the throat,
to hike up its cheeky side,
to stare it straight in the eye.

I have this one,
of all the millions,
to take my best shot,
to whisper in its ear,
with honor, that this day,
this one day, will be
one hell of a piece of work.

This day,
manufactured by something
greater than myself,
no longer eclipsed by the moon,
will illume my lackluster soul,

and,

I bow now before it ready to begin anew

Randy Mazie

pic by Randy Mazie

pic by Randy Mazie

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21 thoughts on “Today: The Sunday Whirl “Wordle”

    • even a daily grind makes coarse salt palatable…
      I say, grind away.

      In the inimitable voice of Mae West: A good grind is hard to find.

      Thanks for stopping by and chatting, oldegg. I’m happy to hear from you. I always see your “likes”. Thanks,

      Randy

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