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Wednesday, July 15, 2009

DRIP, HYPNOTIC, SULK

For Three Word Wednesday

SUBLIME

Gush – delight; Drip – sulk
Hypnotic influences
Matching mood thresholds

27 comments:

  1. Yes! well said! Love the word "thresholds"!

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  2. Thanks Linda; I thought it sounded better than 'limits'.

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  3. Isn't this the truth? "Mood thresholds"...I liked that description.

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  4. Thanks Fledgling Poet; I'll check out yours.

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  5. Yep, that's a great line. Excellent.

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  6. the whole piece is well done, with a nice slap at the end.

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  7. Very interesting choice of words. Loved the poem. (=

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  8. I like the way you got LSD into the first line twice and and still managed to jumble it up into the end of thresholds too!
    Hypnotic influences?
    Pounds shillings and pence!exineve

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  9. Very nice, thought-evoking usage!

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  10. Thanks to:
    Anthony North; cheers!
    Thom G; appreciated
    Quin Brown; Mesmerised, or merely distracted?
    Amethyst; Hence the title.
    Andy; LSD - unintentional...?
    Carlos; Thanks.
    Tumblewords; A spontaneous thought.
    Angel; Thank you.

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  11. sublime, most definitely!

    nice.

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  12. short yet impressive ! liked it :)

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  13. Thanks to:
    Angie; comment appreciated
    Jeeves; cheers.
    Lostmermaid; Thanks for your visit.

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  14. good haiku! short and straight to the point! :)

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  15. Your last line pulls your haiku together nicely. Well done. Have a great day. Thanks for your visit.

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  16. I didn't quite get at first, I like your choice of words, it certainly leads one to think

    thanks for your visit

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  17. Thanks to:
    Leo; mood swings!
    Michelle Johnson; yes, the bottom line...
    Lissa; mission accomplished!!!

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  18. I always wonder how just 3 lines say what a whole passage is unable to acomplish.
    Had to re read it to catch it.

    ~Harsha

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  19. Hi Maglomaniac; Thanks for your visit.

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  20. Thanks Gautami; Delighted you like it!

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  21. yes, length doesn't havent anything to do with success..the use of words are powerful...

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  22. Thanks One More Believer; A well chosen word can speak volumes.

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