Monday Morning Writing Prompt: the Infamous Wordle


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Last week I read a poem posted by Blaga at http://brokensparkles.wordpress.com/  Something about her word choices struck me and I felt compelled to read it aloud. I could not resist selecting a handful of words from her poem to create a WORDLE, everyone’s favorite prompt (or not). Feel free to use a few or all of these words to inspire poetry or flash fiction. I will post my attempt later in the week.

I have no idea how to create those cute little wordle things, so here is just a plain old list of “delicious” words for you to work with:

INDIGO ~ AMBROSIA ~ SCENT ~ DAUNTING ~ SHIMMER ~ BLAZE ~ WHIMSY ~ WHISPER

I hope you enjoy this…and Thank You Blaga!

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7 thoughts on “Monday Morning Writing Prompt: the Infamous Wordle

  1. Bodhirose says:

    Here’s my wordle flash fiction using Blaga’s beautiful words that you chose, Victoria. Thanks, Blaga! Thanks, Victoria!

    http://bodhirose.wordpress.com/2011/04/18/indigo-sky/

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  2. Tino11 says:

    Well, I had a pop at it and the one word that just didn’t fit was whimsy, the rest are in there somewhere.

    http://pspacer11.wordpress.com/2011/04/18/wordle-up/

    Hope you enjoy if you read.

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  3. Tino11 says:

    Need to think on this one for sure, but will probably have a pop at it later on.

    First time I have come across Wordle, theres my “Learn something new every day” criteria satisfied, so thanks for that.

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  4. trisha says:

    sounds intriguing.

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  5. You’re welcome Victoria!

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