Wordle #132 – On The Deadline

1. Gasoline

2. Lime

3. Bellwether (Male sheep that leads the flock,usually bearing a bell. Aperson or thing thatassumes the leadership or forefront, as ofprofession or industry. A person or thing thatshows the existence or direction of a trend. A person who leads a mob, mutiny, conspiracy, orthe like; ringleader.)

4. Late

5. Nuance

6. Marrow

7. Flattery

8. Clutter

9. Groove

10. Inexhaustible

11. Handbag

12. Faustian (sacrificing spiritual values for power, knowledge, or material gain)

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.

Tag: Mindlovemisery’s Menagerie and Wordle

“The story goes the late Mr Marrow.  He had a nuance for fashioning handbags embellishd  inexhausted clutter.  He could get flattery from neon lime green.  They say he was a Bellwether of the industry.  His methods were faustian, anything for the dollar.  And they all knew it.  Most would say, ‘can the Devil use another soul’ just to get a taste of what he had.”  Ryan reads the obit a third time.

“Now, if the old bastard dies sometime soon…” Ryan looks back at the scene.   Life of the celebrity obit writer.  Edit, edit, and wait for the popular to pass away.  

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16 thoughts on “Wordle #132 – On The Deadline

      1. She’s staying with my mom tonight. So she will have a bed, and a hot shower. When I asked for the final bill the utilises said if the new people didn’t call they would shut off the water and electrical. The water people showed up this evening. So I’m thinking when I told the electrical company the 7th, they will be there to disconnect the house

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      1. It’s much better than being an obit subject….. Wait there’s an idea! I’ll have to let my brain wrap the idea of how I would want figure generations to know my accomplishments. I need to figure out what I can say with releases. 🤔

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