On Wednesdays

On Wednesdays:
 
Walleyed white wolves
Wail at the waning moon

Weasels wander
Without wheels
 
Whiney whimpers
Weep from whippoorwills
 
William Widdy whittles
Whole, wide wood
 
Not wielding weapons
Wes wins by winking
 
Wifely Willa wittingly
Weaves willy-nilly

Wombats wriggle
Warbling wantonly
 
While Walgrave waits
Wilhemina wonders
 
Walking Wally
Wheezes when warm
 
Whimsical Winny
Whispers while wading
 
Whistling Marmots
Waddle as they walk
 
Wrens are wretched
When woken
 
Wyeth felt a wrick
While wrestling

Over at Poets United we’re invited to be “wacky” for Wonder???Wednesday #1:   http://poetryblogroll.blogspot.com/2012/09/wonder-wednesday-1.html

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  1. wondering where wrens winter?
    when waiting word?

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  2. Love those waddling whistling marmots and those wandering weasels. “Wackiness’ feels good sometimes, doesn’t it?? Sometimes a person just has to laugh!!

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  3. Wow, you did a wonderful job! I loved reading it and your dedication to making this so fun wwhoa, amazing! I loved it 😀 Great tribute to Dr. Seuss~

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    • I can be very silly when the mood strikes…thanks for giving me an opening to express my inner wackiness…it’s in there just waiting to come out! Thanks, Ella. 🙂

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  4. Wow–whimsical write!!!! Loved this Gayle!

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    • Thanks, Audrey…my inner silliness just burst out of me! Don’t you think this was a good exercise to break the often serious subjects that we write about?

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  5. This is very clever. What a great collection of words and images…loved the wolves best, of course!

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  6. Wondrous words 😀

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  7. Wowee!!!

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  8. I have a thought of blurting something like this in the street and watching as meaning crawls to the faces of my listeners,hehe.

    Brilliant writing here. My Poetry teacher would have used it to teach about stylistic devices and probably say, “write like Bodhirose”. 🙂 🙂

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    • Hehe..oh, my goodness…I can just see the faces of people on the street staring! Well, that’s quite the compliment..for my writing to be used as an example…thank you, echoesofthehills!

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  9. I think I’m tongue tied from all the “w’s” .. LOL. Lovely and fun!

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  10. Wow. Wow. Wow. What wondrous wordplay! 😀

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  11. Yes, wacky but wonderfully done!

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