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Wednesday, June 17, 2009

NaisaiKu for 3WW


ThomG, moderator of 3Word Wednesday, offers these three words as prompt: arresting, wicked, rhythmic...Please come play along!

to charm the idle
with arresting rhythmic tones
wicked comes calling
THOSE UNLIKELY TO REASON
wicked comes calling
with arresting rhythmic tones
to charm the idle

This challenging form explained at NaisaiKu and CYCLIKU

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19 comments:

ThomG said...

wicked does come calling. Loved this.

Hapi said...

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Andy Sewina said...

Yeah, love that line - Wicked comes calling.

Thanks for taking The NaiSaiKu Challenge? again this week!

lissa said...

very charming, perhaps referring to music and their endless attractions

Zouxzoux said...

Super! I love it. "Wicked comes calling" is a great line.

Kristy Worden said...

your naisaiku are my favorite - even though I've read the first half, the second seems to surprise..which sort of seems impossible. How do you do it?

Michelle Johnson said...

Wonderful naisaiku. Reminds me of someone dancing in front of another they're attracted to. And, that fractal is a psychedelic turtle if I ever saw one. Have a great night.

Barbara said...

I love this type of poem...the rhythm just fascinates me.

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Jeeves said...

:D. Love this.

Ann (bunnygirl) said...

I like this, especially the "wicked comes calling...to charm the idle." So true!

AD said...

wowwwwwwwwww wicked :D

MY 3WW

anthonynorth said...

And it can certainly be appealing.

Janet Jarrell said...

Wicked - for sure!

gigidiaz said...

I like!!

susan said...

"to charm the idle" like this. Thanks for coming by.

MichaelO said...

What are these things that are fodder in the devils workshop? Arresting thoughts for the wicked!

Lucy said...

Puuurrrfect Sue! :)

paisley said...

now that was beautifully done... i especially like the way it sounds in the reverse order of the last three lines...

gautami tripathy said...

Wonderful NaiSaiKu!

stolen from the air


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