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Economical use of words most concise! Nicely Stan!Hank
Thanks Hank :)
Good one..precise with so much meaning...mine is a little longer here..http://rameshsood.blogspot.in/2013/08/smile-glows-through-his-whole-being.htmlRS:)
Thanks Ramesh :)
Where I live, the south wind is a warm wind, so this surprised me. I enjoy seeing how you construct your poem so economically each week!
Thanks WabiSabi :)
When I come here I always expect you to teach us a lesson in compactness, and you do!
Thanks Oldegg :)
Hahah - Delicious succinctness and gave me an unexpected smile and vision of "Alice's" Queen crying "off with her head."
Thanks Pearl :)
like this one...similar to mine in a way.
Thank you :)
Thanks Annell :)
I stand in awe of your ability to squeeze all the excess from your thoughts and leave us only with the shining essence.
Thanks MMT :)
Stan, I have to say "Wow!" you amaze me with your ability to write such a concise poem with these words. Really a lovely piece.Pamela
Thanks Pamela :)
nicely wordled; have a good Sundaymuch love...
Thanks Gillena :)
You always manage to say it all in just a few small, but interesting lines!
Thanks Marian :)
Really excellent use of the words in a very short space--feels very natural!
Thanks Daphne :)
Yes, in times that wind is harsh enough. And 'she' is mighty frightening... I love this very compact piece :-) This is the approach I usually take. This time I decided to use other words, as well. And now I read yours, I see, I didn't need to. Ah, well, I can never be satisfied with what I do (this could be some sort of 'La donna e mobile' thing, for all I care)
Thanks Mariya :)
last two lines rock..
Thanks Humbird :)
Holy smokes, this wind could be Midwestern or metaphorical, but either way, it works. You packed a lot of Wordle into this one, Stan. You slammed this prompt, sent it spinning! Amy
Thanks Amy :)
Quick as you please! (And it did indeed please!) Well done Stan.
Thanks Joseph :)
Well done. Tight and a visual treat, as always, Stan.
Thanks Misky :)