Welcome to Sunday's Whirligig, a place for you and your muse to find inspiration. Each Wednesday I will post 12 words with which you may create a poem, a short story, or some other piece of writing. Use the words in any form, as many of them as you wish.
You may link your writing to this site beginning at midnight (Pacific Time) each Sunday. Use the linking button, which will "magically" appear at midnight (Pacific Time) Sunday. The Inlinkz button will remain operable for one week. Enjoy!
If you'd like to contribute 12 words, please e-mail them to me: firstname.lastname@example.org
THIS WEEK'S WORDS come from Sonnet XXXV by William Shakespeare, and suggested by Cressida de Nova: roses, plea, mud, thorns, sins, sense, loathsome, love, canker, bud, thief, sweet
Words will be posted here each Wednesday (most of the time).
Twelve words too many? Then visit Sunday Scribblings 2, where you will find one word to kick-start your writing.
I love the sense of opposites in this fine dozen - thank you Magical and CressidaReplyDelete
There is no pink in these words:)Delete
Of which we are glad ;)Delete
love the cherries, yummy.ReplyDelete
Poems really do write themselves.I had in mind something romantic and Elizabethan in style but it took off in an entirely different direction.ReplyDelete