Searching prophet, WWP wordle

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woodland, windmill, free, mellow, wise, saddlebag, prophet, bold, reaching, shouts, guardian, searching, lean, children, bare, rusty, buy, dare, condemn, gallop, dusty

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He dared and bought a dusty saddlebag,

A prophet galloping east.

Bold shouts of lean children condemning the rust,

Wise guardian searching the woodland

For windmills,

Reaching the mellow and bare country around.

 

© 2011 Mariya Koleva

Author: soul mary

Writer, poet and reader

12 thoughts on “Searching prophet, WWP wordle”

  1. I like the choice of saddlebag over book, it forces me to connect as I read. I think that the brevity of the piece also makes the reader think more and interact more with the writing. Thank you for sharing it.

    1. Yousei Hime – thanks a lot for the appreciation! I found that I like brief poems better, so I seem to have the tendency to brevity, as well.

    1. irene – thank you for stopping by! Yes, that is exactly what I tried to do. And honestly, it was somewhat hard. As was choosing the words for my wordle, in fact. At the end, I realised I have too many nouns and not enough verbs or adjectives. Next time I’ll put more effort in the initial selection, promise 😀

  2. You’ve gotten a remarkable poem from almost nothing but your chosen words.
    I usually go in the other direction: lots of padding.

    1. barbara – thanks for the high opinion. I always try to stick to the words as neatly as possible. Yet, I’m afraid, sometimes meaning and message, as well as poetic form, suffer from that.

    1. Anthony – yes, in fact, it does! I hadn’t noticed it. That is how thinking of Quixote makes me feel. Thank you for stopping by!
      (And I really enjoyed your post, I commented already)

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