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Thursday, November 12, 2009

Cycliku for 3WW

ThomG, moderator of 3WordWednesday, offers these words for prompt: hanker, murky, errant







an errant hanker
overcomes his murky mind
chaos tweaks the string
a hundred nightmares reel when
chaos tweaked the string
overcame his murky mind
with errant hankers

 
Fractal created in Apophysis, tinted in Picasa,  resized in Irfanview.
 
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11 comments:

mark said...

These are always so elegant, the way you construct them....

anthonynorth said...

This is cleverly done. Loved it.

Larry said...

nicwly done loved the construction of it.I like you style of writimg.
Thanks for stopping by and leaving your comment. I look forward to reading you again..
Larry

Jeeves said...

Wow....The errant ways so well said

swapnap said...

Thats well said..."Chaos tweaks the string" and tug the murky mind.

Lucy said...

Smart! :))

ThomG said...

I like how the one line repeats. This is good stuff. I like when you try something different.

one more believer said...

WOW!!!!... now thaz magic.... and that fractal compliments perfectly...

Michelle Johnson said...

nice cycliku as always. hope all is well.

Sepiru Chris said...

Dear Tumblewords,

Wowsers. This is a great poem. I love the fact that "a hundred nightmares reel when chaos tweaked the string".

Structure, symbolism, sound, feel in my mouth and in my ear... all systems go!

I have been giving a few people grief, politely, I hope, for grammatical liberties that do not appear to be intended--because they visually jar when I see them. And here, I didn't even notice, at first, the odd use of hanker. And I am so OK with it because everything fits so well and just belongs with everything else.

I am a happy reader, happy to handed this little tangle.

I wish R.D. Laing could take a boo, he'd like it, too.

When I read poems like this, or vignettes like Thom's "Glutton" I wish that I had come reading a week earlier.

Really nice work, and thank you so much for sharing this with us all.

Tschuess,
Chris

Juliene said...

Oooo, I like this fractal very much.

Poem, echo, mirror. The reflection of humanity is so full of hankerings.

Miss you more than mentioned.

All the best!

Juliene