Wednesday, April 17, 2019

Whirligig 210

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 (or as few) of them as you wish.

You will be able to link your writing to this site on Saturday night or early Sunday morning.

If you'd like to contribute 12 words, please e-mail them to me:

THIS WEEK'S WORDS come from "Daylight rain" by Australian poet Michael Dransfield: daylight, drunk, hearth, forward, inside, money, fire, anywhere, words, sometimes, spacious, map

Words will be posted here each Wednesday (most of the time).


  1. Hmmmm....How does a MMT Arizona desert person know of an obscure Australian poet like Michael Dransfield who died from a heroin overdose in his early twenties? The plot thickens:)

    1. Truth? I just stumbled across the Australian Poetry Library online. Fascinating place!


    nice words.