The Sunday Whirl: Weekly Wordles

The sunday whirl: wordle #457

Written for: https://sundaywhirl.wordpress.com/2020/05/24/wordle-457/ True success Jenny knew she had to concentrate   if she wanted to graduate   There was no way she’d get a license to fly   If she didn’t watch the world with one eye   To make sure she didn’t just trip   On things that made her mind spin like a whip   She would learn how to sing her own song   It is true as they say it will not take long   To go where she wanted delicious success   Not […]

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The Sunday whirl: Wordle #453

virus, stroke, lock, call, fly, death, left, spread, mask, sell, singe, losehttps://sundaywhirl.wordpress.com/ Stronger than you know At the stroke of midnight, when the devil calls, spread your wings and fly.  When death is knocking at your door trying to sell you lies, lock your door and stay inside.  If a virus comes to bring you sorrow, lose yourself in the beauty of life.  When you are left with nothing but a singed heart, do not sell your soul, mask your terror and […]

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Wordle 449 Mar 29, 2020: The Sunday Whirl

Trapped, stash, hand, maze, land, chatter, wreck, last, crawl, back, armed, saw  The Escape As he crawled along the underbrush, the maze of brambles scraped his sunburnt skin. His back still bore the scars of the lashing he received when he first became trapped in this hellhole. His hand had calluses along the palm, evidence of his hard labor. It was a shipwreck that brought him […]

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The Sunday Whirl: Wordle 448

Words:  hug, face, restrict, home, times, cult, distance, count, woke, look, call, hands Held Captive When I woke, I saw the face of my captor. I don’t know why he took me from my home. I don’t even know the distance I traveled to be counted as part of this cult, but I know the restrictions now imposed upon me were serious. I knew I could not call home, […]

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The Cabin: Wordle 447

Two hands on the wheel, Karen twisted her neck to see if anyone was behind her, before pulling out. Once out on the road she gave a sigh of relief, pressed her foot down harder on the pedal, and took off toward the cabin. It was still about three hours until she could turn onto the familiar dirt driveway. She just hoped she wouldn’t meet any […]

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Time for Parole – Sunday Whirl: Wordle 445

Time for Parole It wasn’t until yesterday that I thought about my brother. He had been in jail for the past eight years and no matter how many times he called to ask for a visit or for money, I couldn’t forget that he was a storyteller, someone who could not be trusted, someone who found excuses for all of the wrongs […]

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