Sweet as Nectarines – Wordle

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1. Blood

2. Despair

3. Woman

4. Seek

5. Seclusion

6. Willowy (adj.) Lithe, graceful, slender)

7. Beaten

8. Aware

9. Nectarine

10. Scaffold

11. Wolf

12. Mimeomia ((n.) the frustration of knowing how easily you fit into a stereotype, even if you never intended to, even if it’s unfair, even if everyone else feels the same way—each of us trick-or-treating for money and respect and attention, wearing a safe and predictable costume because we’re tired of answering the question, “What are you supposed to be?”)

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

Moon beaten, a willow woman leaves her seclusion. Inside her blood beaten by despair induces a walk to the scaffold. Self aware of the will es surrounding her.  They see her mimeomia as sweet as nectarines.

Writtenas part of a challenge called Wordle, detailsavailable at https://wordpress.com/read/feeds/19271780/posts/1475648297

18 thoughts on “Sweet as Nectarines – Wordle

      1. I hope you had a good time. I think we had half of Pheonix on the roads here in Payson. The roads were fill of camping trailers and atv’ s heading into the mountains


      2. Yellowstone is beautiful. The pools are unbelievable. Hopefully, they avoid the people jumping out to get bison pictures. They can tie up the road for an hour. Jenny Lake in the Grand Tetons is stunning place to stop if they are using the Southern Enterance by Jackson Hole, WY


      3. It’s huge with one main loop road. Lots to see. Several fairly unique things like geysers and paint pots. I like it but it can be crowded.


      4. The northern entrance opened last weekend. This is the beginning of the rush. But it’s a huge park. Outside of Old Faithful & Artist point there are several quiet places there


      5. i have been twice. The first trip out West was my Dad & I driving from Ohio to Yellowstone. I was hooked on the West instantly. My parents lived in Montana when my Dad was in college. So be knew the park because they had no money & hiking/driving around was all they could afford


      6. That’s probably what got me thinking about moving out here. He always liked finding new places but never got to head back out West after he retired


      7. I was never one to wait on things. My impulsiveness would drive him crazy. He liked to plan out things to greasy detail, sometimes it took away things he would like to do. But he would have loved coming out here to see us.


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