Tuesday, 28 June 2011

All at Sea. . .Inspired by the Sunday Whirl wordle


Inhaling the shape

of her whirling copper grace

he stood stock still in the silent shade


His hastily flung kisses

hard echoes, flitting across the surface

of the patient waiting sands


and the haze of his bright longing

shimmered and danced

like quick spilt pepper



This is my fourth week joining in with The Sunday Whirl wordle.

I managed to use all of the words. :-)

14 comments:

Mary said...

Susannah, I enjoyed this romantic and dreamlike poem and the creative way you used the wordle words.

Traci B said...

Wonderful poem, Susannah! From the title, I thought maybe you'd gone on a beach walk too, but you added a romantic plot to your wordle use. Well done. :)

brenda w said...

Susannah, I love the last stanza, the image of longing dancing "like quit spilt pepper" is super.
~Brenda

vivinfrance said...

These were lovely words today, and you have done them proud. A real poem!

barbara said...

Oh, yeah. I like that quick spilt pepper.
Nice way with a wordle: it's totally invisible.

Mike Patrick said...

Lovely and spicy.

flaubert said...

Spicy, it is Susannah. Well wordled!

Pamela

Susannah said...

Thanks everyone. :-)

I am really enjoying taking part in the Sunday Whirl wordle. It is fun to see where the words take us.

irene said...

Lovely is what I thought as well.

Susannah said...

Thanks Irene. :-)

whenwordsescape said...

I love the first two lines, especially...

Well done!

~Paula

Susannah said...

Thanks Paula. :-)

Elizabeth said...

Don't know how I missed this. I was sure I had left a comment, sorry. I too like the romantic take on the wordle. Sometimes they seem to come so easy, other times they are hard work. But, always fun. Really nice job, Susannah,

Elizabeth

Susannah said...

Thanks very much Elizabeth. I am really enjoying the wordles. :-)

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