Monday, September 25, 2017

Pen few wise words to appeal to their good sense

                                                                                                          Attribution: Drow_male
Image  Avoiding Good Company (here)

the 12 given words:
chain crossroads chase brace
faux (artificial, imitation, fake)
lock rebels
ding (to strike with force; hit)
bottom quake pen hope 

a chain of events brought them to the crossroads
not to chase any weird ideas he so cautioned
he just needed to brace himself but not to gloat 
just a show of righteous fury to faux indignation

that should keep everyone locked, in their place
no rebels nor rebellion should be allowed leeway
no one should be dinged though but to give face
only then would they appreciate the fair play

Necessary to knock at the bottom of their defence
The tendency of a quake to be nipped in the bud
Pen few wise words to appeal to their good sense
Hopefully, they reverted back before being chided

Brenda's Sunday Whirl Wordle #318
Sanaa's at Real Toad's  - the tuesday platform

12 comments:

  1. Bravo, well written and your title is attention grabbing and so accurate!

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  2. Wonderful to read, thanks for sharing.

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  3. That was a tricky wordle and you wove the words well. I particularly like:
    'no rebels nor rebellion should be allowed leeway
    no one should be dinged though but to give face
    only then would they appreciate the fair play'.

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  4. A turn about can be tricky, but in the end worth it.

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  5. I hope they made it across safely and didn't nip anyone!

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  6. There is so much going on in the second stanza, so many things that speak of the current state of affairs... I wonder who will get to define "fair play".

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  7. I wonder though if the righteous have the right to be so.

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  8. You wove in those words so seamlessly, Hank! Especially admire the second stanza. Powerfully written.

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  9. Wordled wonderfully and reflecting so much that is current and alarming.

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  10. Very interesting write Hank

    much love...

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