Wordle – Fuzzy Thought 


1. Cloud

2. Crumble

3. Flight
4. Ambedo ((n.) a kind of melancholic trance in which you become completely absorbed in vivid sensory details—raindrops skittering down a window, tall trees leaning in the wind, clouds of cream swirling in your coffee—which leads to a dawning awareness of the haunting fragility of life.)
5. Blackberry
6. Dazzle
7. Switch
8. Tide
9. Care
10. Voracious
11. Eminent ((adj.) high in station, rank, or repute; prominent; distinguished: conspicuous, signal, or noteworthy: lofty; high: prominent; projecting; protruding.)
12. Misbehave
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My clouded mind crumbles.  Tides of care take flight and dazzle my ambedo mood. Voracious blackberries take eminent roles.  They misbehave in whispers leading me from my troubles.

Wordle #150 – Iris

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1. Count

2. Iris

3. Peak

4. Penny Gush ((n.) Exaggerated stories or tales)

5. Grovel

6. Reflection

7. Assign

8. Mutable ((adj.) subject to change, fickle)

9. Lavish

10. Insignificant

11. Occhiolism ((n.) the awareness of the smallness of your perspective, by which you couldn’t possibly draw any meaningful conclusions at all, about the world or the past or the complexities of culture, because although your life is an epic and unrepeatable anecdote, it still only has a sample size of one, and may end up being the control for a much wilder experiment happening in the next room.)

12. Girl

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Iris looked upon her lavish girl reflection.  Any insignificant puddle barely assigned peak viewing.  She counted the mutable features.  She groveled at her own penny gush fantasies.   She bristled at the word occhiolism.  It obviously wasn’t her they talked about. 

Wordle #149 – Man’s Kind

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1. Cleft

2. Simple

3. Pearl

4. Altschmerz n. weariness with the same old issues that you’ve always had—the same boring flaws and anxieties you’ve been gnawing on for years, which leaves them soggy and tasteless and inert, with nothing interesting left to think about, nothing left to do but spit them out and wander off to the backyard, ready to dig up some fresher pain you might have buried long ago.

5. Cheat

6. Name

7. Assemble

8. Meant

9. Lattice

10. Weak

11. Insidious adj. intended to entrap or beguile: stealthily treacherous ordeceitful: operating or proceeding in an inconspicuous or seeminglyharmless way but actually with grave effect

12. Let

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“Let the weak and simple assemble their own hell.  Those with no name are meant for altschmertz.  Lattice work of cleft pearls called cheat.  That’s what mankind gift is.” Anubis drags a staff across the floor of the temple.

Noone speaks next.

No Deal – Wordle #148

Week 148

1. Cheek

2. Heavy

3. Insect

4. Skin a Razor- Drive a hard bargain.

5. Instant

6. Greed

7. Helpless

8. Meander

9. Assail

10. Mediocre

11. Passage

12. Lutalica (part of your personality that does not fit into categories)

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In an instant, greed makes a heavy passage into the conversation.  His words like an insect assailing the cheek.  They meander helplessly before landing.

“You’re screwing the rest of us.” I tell him. “Skin a razor, you say.”

Demented is another word for Lutalica.

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Wordle #147 – Vision

Wordle #147 “March 20th, 2017″

Week 147

1. Latch

2. Ballet

3. Levitate

4. Heliotrope ((n.) Any hairy plant belonging tothe genus Heliotropium, of the borage family, asH. arborescens, cultivated for its small, fragrantpurple flowers. Any of various other plants, asthe valerian or the winter heliotrope. Any plantthat turns toward the sun. A light tint of purple;reddish lavender. Surveying. an arrangement ofmirrors for reflecting sunlight from distantpoint to an observation station.)

5. Iridescence

6. Media

7. Passion

8. Harmony

9. Inseperable

10. Legs

11. Heat

12. Flashover ((n). The moment a conversation becomes real and alive, which occurs when a spark of trust shorts out the delicate circuits you keep insulated under layers of irony, momentarily grounding the static emotional charge you’ve built up through decades of friction with the world. Electricity. a disruptivedischarge around or over the surface of a solid orliquid insulator. The moment of conflagration orcomplete incineration caused by super heated airor combustibles.)

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 Ballet of levitation her legs latch my eyes.   I’m turned heliotrope to the Sun.  Harmony to passion.  The need is inseparable.  Heat becomes flashover. Upon her iridescent gaze, I reduce to media bit.

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Wordle – Otherworldly

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1. Good

2. Enter

3. Tree

4. Mirabilis ((adj.) wondrous, remarkable, amazing)

5. Different

6. Abandon

7. Plausible

8. Lucida (the brightest star in a constellation)

9. Bald

10. Flaw

11. Apotropaic ((adj.) Intended to ward off evil.)

12. Grow

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I watch.   A door grows through a flaw in an otherwise good tree. I enter a mirabilis world.  I abandon plausible outside. In a Royal purple universe constellations anchored by blinding lucida spread their apotropaic light.   

There is no evil here. 

blackbird – wordle


1. Madly

2. Scream

3. Blackbird

4. Overmorrow (the day after tomorrow)

5. Voluminous

6. Crack

7. Settle

8. Morsel

9. Narrow

10. Fallen

11. Zenosyne (the sense that time is going faster)

12. Chain

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A blackbird madly screams.  It’s morsel of time cracks.  Voluminous chains of thoughts narrow like fallen through colander.  Overmorrow settles into zenosyne. 

Lost in Translation – Wordle 141

1. Escape

2. Exulansis (n. the tendency to give up trying to talk about an experience because people are unable to relate to it—whether through envy or pity or simple foreignness—which allows it to drift away from the rest of your life story, until the memory itself feels out of place, almost mythical, wandering restlessly in the fog, no longer even looking for a place to land.)

3. Diabolist (activities designed to enlist the aid of devils, esp in witchcraftor sorcery, worship of devils or beliefs and teachings concerning the nature ofdevils, character or conduct that is devilish or fiendish; devilry)

4. Polite

5. Likeness

6. Fanfare

7. Seethe

8. Soften

9. Adroit (expert or nimble in the use of the hands or body.)

10. Drown

11. Mess

12. Accelerate

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My mind drowns in a soften mess of politeness. Escape wrestles seething as I push foward a pointless conversation.  I give in to your sea of  exulansis.  Those glazed eyes, an adroit maneuver.  Am I boring you to death or soaking in an alien language….

“I have lost you,  haven’t I?”  My look at the table between us. 

To which devil does one purchase this diabolist method from?   I’m asking myself a question she will never admit to. 

Interior Design – Sunday Whirl meets Wordle

Wordle #139 “January 23rd, 2016”

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1. Bed

2. Pupa (An insect in the non-feeding, usuallyimmobile, transformation stage between thelarva and the imago.)

3. Pleonasm (Noun- The use of more words thanare necessary to express an idea; redundancy.)

4. Image

5. Nose

6. Sear

7. Mice

8. Collect

9. Grab

10. Ward

11. Triptych (Fine Arts. a set of three panels orcompartments side by side, bearing pictures,carvings, or the like. A hinged, three-leavedtablet, written on, in ancient times, with stylus.)

12. Pin

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Sunday Whirl

The Earth gave birth to a ward full of mice.  Collected in the light.  Their noses grabbing at images portraying hope and heavy burdens.  A faded triptych copes to stay pinned above the bed.  

We can not touch the ideas resting like pupa. Everyone sees it. Pleonasm is rampant here

Wordle #138 – Fate

1. Yew (any of several evergreen, coniferous treesand shrubs: the fine-grained, elastic wood of anyof these trees: an archer’s bow made of thiswood: this tree or its branches as a symbol ofsorrow, death, or resurrection)

2. Harbinger

3. Dross (waste matter; refuse. Metallurgy. awaste product taken off molten metal duringsmelting, essentially metallic in character. British.coal of little value.)

4. Pour

5. Crush

6. Trudge

7. Prickle

8. Green

9. Inward

10. Psittacism (mechanical, repetitive, andmeaningless speech.)

11. Toes

12. Froth

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I trudge through green fields.  Inward sink toes, forth pours out.  Psittacism in fine plodding form.  My audience awaits 

Harbingers of doom crush yew branches.  Their anger smells ores serving dross garnished with fine prickles.  

I will be served soon.