Wordle #73


From Mindlove Misery’s menagerie.

1. Hurry

2. Clumsy

3. Deliverance

4. Cask

5. Evade

6. Notch

7. Lofty

8. Galaxy

9. Chamois (an agile, goat-like antelope; a soft, pliable leather from any of variousskins dressed with oil, especially fish oil, originally prepared from the skin of thechamois.)

10. Uninvited

11. Apple-chaser (Someone willing to do anything, no matter how degrading, for any amount of money; named for the “road apples” left behind by horses)

12. Jeer

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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Delvin hurried through his day.   Nine PM was coming fast.   Too many things left undone.  His clumsy efforts did not provide the deliverance of his dreams.   In a dark person place,  He turned to his single cask bourbon, tucked in a flask to evade detection.

Tonite he was nervous.   His chance to set his notch with an engagement to his Sofia.  The center of his galaxy, Sofia.  Lofty goal she was. 

The plan wrap the ring in a chamois.  He was showing up uninvited.   The surprise would be great. He was so nervous.   He never thought about possible jeers from her friends.

11 thoughts on “Wordle #73

    1. I think I seen the proposal theme somewhere… The words made me do it really. Ok the combo of cask, chamois, and invited just led to a what do you hide in a chamois after a few drinks that may not be the best idea moment. 😉


      1. Poem are far more challenging to me. A story can breath life into itself. The poem seems more a vessel to be filled than a vessel I create. I guess when inspiration comes the details get moved around naturally.

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