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Wednesday, June 10, 2009

Naisaiku for 3WW


ThomG, moderator of 3WordWednesday offers the following words for today: Dangerous ~ Keepsake ~ Restless and invites you all to come play along!


dangerous keepsakes
tithed from ides of restless thought
swarm the cave of night
DACTYLS BORNE BY FIRE
swarm the cave of night
tithed from ides of restless thought
dangerous keepsakes



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18 comments:

Daily Panic said...

interesting use of dactyls- and how fitting it is.

NaisaiKu's make me realize I need a larger vocabulary!

ying_ko_4 said...

This is an intriguing poetic form. I like the ebb and flow of it.

Janet Jarrell said...

Very good.

Your blog is a treasure.

Michelle Johnson said...

Excellent naisaiku. I think the repetitive nature of this form works well with the 3ww words. Have a great day.

sarah said...

I like this. Well done!

anthonynorth said...

This one is steeped in mystery.

Andy Sewina said...

You seem to slot the three little words in so easily!

Love the way you did this, and many thanks for taking The NaiSaiKu Challenge?

Kristy Worden said...

had to look up dactyl - i'm assuming you're going with 'mythical beings?', excuse me, my ignorance is showing...
you are very good with the naisaiku thing, K

Autumn said...

Fascinating!

Jeeves said...

Like this a lot.

Pretty Me!! said...

it took me some time to understand this .. brilliant !

Ann (bunnygirl) said...

I never thought to find dactyls in a poem! Good thing that wasn't one of our prompts. Nice job with this week's words, and with the dactyls!

Selma said...

You are a wordsmith and an incredible artist. It is always a treat to visit. Love the black and white!

lissa said...

restless thought(s) - isn't that where most of ourselves comes from?

Marsha said...

Very interesting. Enjoyed pondering this.

pjd said...

Yes, Ann, let's hope ThomG does not select "dactyl" as one of the future words. Yikes.

I am desperately trying to understand what you intend with "tithed from ides of restless thought"... I love the incongruous image it and think I get it in context, but...

paisley said...

you slipped the words in so deftly i barely noticed they were there.. excellent job!!!

b said...

I love your poetry...because!

b