Today we have a theme wordle as suggested by my husband. The other senses will be treated separately. Feel free to add additional sound words to your poem.

1. Echo

2. Whoosh


4. Rustle

5. Gurgle

6. Strident (making or having a harsh sound;grating; creaking: strident insects; stridenthinges. having a shrill, irritating quality orcharacter: a strident tone in hiswritings. Linguistics. (in distinctive featureanalysis) characterized acoustically by noise ofrelatively high intensity, as sibilants, labiodentaland uvularfricatives, and most affricates.)

7. Buzz

8. Pop

9. Percussive

10. Scratching

11. Sonorous (giving out or capable of giving outa sound, especially a deep, resonant sound, as athing or place: a sonorous cavern. loud, deep, orresonant, as a sound. rich and full in sound, aslanguage or verse. high-flown; grandiloquent: asonorous speech.)

12. Nocturne

13. Deafen

14. Whistle

15. Thready

Use at least 12 of the words to create a story or poem (we have fifteen this time)

The words can appear in an alternate form

Use the words in any order that you like.

Tag: Mindlovemisery’s Menagerie and Wordle

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A deafening whistle blares. It’s strident plea crackles, buzzes then echoes a percussive pop. Speakers rustle and gurgle as they come to rest.

A sonorous voice of God whoosh especially to the ears.  Behind it a thready nocturne piano recording,it’s vinyl scratching as it turns.

Cacophony calls out to tumultuous students.  Noone hears.

4 thoughts on “Noise

    1. I was trying to figure out best way to describe the whistle calling out and crying wasn’t doing it for me. The word plea has that forlorn feel, almost knowing that its efforts are for naught. Thank you my dear! 😀

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