Wednesday, February 22, 2017

Leaned on impish tendencies

                                                                                                     Author: Rmdc72
Image: Playful kitten (here)

10 of 11 given words:
kicked bloated bathed leaned 
stuffed poems noon moon
alabaster (pale mineral for carving of statues and vases)
ambled (leisurely, pleasurable walk)

3WW given words:
high-pitched impish 
languid (relaxed, unhurried,leisurely)

Midweek Motif  -  nostalgia

It was a nostalgia of sorts
Had as yet not kicked a bother
Bloated with ideas set for release
Bathed in unpretentious garb
But seemed to be wrought with sins

Leaned on impish tendencies
Playful got stuffed at times
Traumatic but a trite too languid

How he wished for a high-pitched
entry not unlike an alabaster's but
soft enough just as much

Toying with poems at noon
at a moon's pace of progress
he ambled along
He had wished for a semblance
of order and fullness of purpose
Sadly though what transpired
was just a pittance

Thomg's 3WW week #520
Sumana's at PU's Midweek Motif
MMT's Sunday's Whirligig #100

11 comments:

  1. I like "toying with poems at noon at a moon's pace of progress". This sounds like me.

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  2. "He had wished for a semblance
    of order and fullness of purpose" everyone's wish :)

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  3. Ah, toying with poems at noon, or (in my case) at midnight! Great use of the given words!

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  4. Laughed at the end--the poor poet's pittance. Great job fitting in all those words so eloquently!

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  5. Wow! Those were not the easiest words this week, good job at putting them together. Have a good weekend!

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  6. I liked best the lines quoted by Myrna. Good one, HanK!

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  7. What fun you've had with this one! Which made it fun to read, too.

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  8. Sometimes order just won't come, no matter how much you beat its drum.

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  9. An ingenious meld of all themes and given words! :-)

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