Usually Bone posts words.

Sometimes I do. (Pia)

This weeks words are:





55 Responses to “3WW LXXXII”

  1. James Steerforth Says:

    Here is a small poem called Touching.

  2. Touching « Steer Forth! Says:

    […] one is for 3WW and today’s three words: touching, visible, […]

  3. Rose Dewy Knickers Says:

    By this stage in the relationship, the touching didn’t always make me flinch. Not all scars are visible.



  4. Paul Says:

    Touching but visible for all to see someone else occupies centre stage in today’s episode as Simon is caught off guard.

  5. Red Says:

    His Fetish

  6. lucy Says:

    great words Pia, I am excited to be so early!

  7. serendipitous glimpses Says:

    i can work with these juuuuuuust fine!

  8. anthonynorth Says:

    Something a bit different today. I think it works:

    How It Works?

  9. Jo Anne Says:

    Here is mine…great prompts, just what I was hoping for, Bone!


  10. pri Says:

    here is my contribution…
    thanks for the lovely prompt which inspired my feelings to take shape into words 🙂


  11. pjd Says:

    I’m touching the fringe
    the truth is now visible
    I leap from the stage


  12. Marcia (MeeAugraphie) Says:

    Pia, thank you so much for that inspiration! An Actor’s Truth I cannot wait to see which “stage” y’all went to, so many choices.

  13. gautami tripathy Says:

    I could manage only this poemette!


  14. ratanaong Says:

    Greetings! Here’s my post.
    Titled: “Survival”

  15. rel Says:


    Remember, a window looks both ways!
    Thanks Pia!

  16. Tiel Aisha Ansari Says:


  17. Tumblewords Says:

    Thanks for the prompt and site!

    3WW Haiku and More

  18. mariacristina Says:

    Hey! I’ll be back to read after I go teach.

    The first time I met my shadow self

  19. TC Says:

    The manuscript

  20. An interpretation « niebla | fog Says:

    […] Written upon inspiration by today’s three words from 3WW #LXXXII. […]

  21. niebla Says:

    Thanks for the words, Pia and Bone.

    Here’s a little story that plays with 3WW and dreams.

  22. Linda Jacobs Says:

    Thanks for these words. They took me back to something I haven’t thought about in 50 years. (Yikes!)

    My Poem

  23. leigh lear Says:

    for all those fake sentiments out there, here’s mine.

  24. Tammy Says:

    A Rothko can be found here



  25. Write From Karen Says:

    A common nightmare for many.

  26. Redheels Says:

    First time for me on 3WW. I am excited.

  27. Barbara Torris Says:

    The truth again. A humorous look at what a person does when emergencies happen.


  28. Just someone Says:

    I participated too… first time!:)

  29. Amarettogirl Says:

    geez I always feel so slow – there already so many who posted before me! Thanks for the words Pia!!!!
    I must have been high on too much ‘teasing-springtime- air’ when I wrote this afternoon. Its a weird one – kind of like giving birth and everyone checking out the new baby and saying “eeeewwww, yeah, I guess he’s cute…”

    I hope its not too long and doesn’t put people off, but I rather like it! Its called Petrified Wood go to:http://amarettogirl.squarespace.com/the-written-word/
    I can’t wait to start reading everyone elses!!!

  30. Amarettogirl Says:

    Oh by the way…WELCOME to 3WW Just SOmeone!!! You’ll love it here!!

  31. Amarettogirl Says:

    Oh by the way…WELCOME to 3WW Just SOmeone!!! You’ll love it here!!

    just click on Amarettogirl to read my story.


  32. whypaisley Says:

    good wednesday all.. thanks pia,, and bone for the words…..

    good bye…

  33. Amarettogirl Says:

    geez could I make any bigger fool of myself? Don’t click my name just the
    blue link (which didn’t work the first time. So sorry for taking up 4 comments, I must be high…

    I’ll shut up now.

  34. lissa Says:

    here’s mine:


  35. TC Says:

    I just wanted to remind people that if you require someone to be signed in to comment, that many of us won’t be able to comment on different format blogs than those that we use. I know of at least two that I’ve read and haven’t been able to comment on tonight because of that.

  36. thrill « Zouxzoux Says:

    […] Three word Wednesday prompts: Touching, Visible, […]

  37. zouxzoux Says:

    Stimulating prompts. Here’s my entry:


  38. librarygirl62 Says:

    My first poem!


  39. noahthegreat Says:


  40. UL Says:

    Mine is here…


  41. WriterKat Says:

    a note to suicide


  42. watermaid Says:

    I’m a bit late this week but here’s mine:
    The Scream

    Back late today to read.

  43. ThomG Says:

    As always, my entry is a Thursday 3WW:

    Bionic Woman

  44. Amarettogirl Says:

    Niebla! I wanted to leave you a comment – but I couldn’t!!! You have ti be signed in and I wanted you to know how creative and fun your post was! I absolutley loved it!!

  45. watermaid Says:

    It should usually be possible to sign in to different blogs from one’s own. I have a WordPress blog but I leave comments on Blogger by copying and pasting my URL from a different tab. Very occasionally, however, this option hasn’t been available.

  46. Rae Trigg Says:

    I’m coming in late this week. Here’s my poem:
    The play’s the thing

  47. TC Says:

    Watermaid: If you have a blogger ID and people have a wordpress blog that requires you to be signed in, you cannot comment. Niebla and James Steerforth are the first two who come to mind for me that that happened on.

  48. pia Says:

    I’m trying to understand this– I’m the only person to get jet lagged flying an hour and half 🙂

    There are certain blogs I have tried commenting on–not this week as I really was traveling all day–that require a sign in

    I have a WP blog and can’t comment on the blogs TC mentioned so I assume it’s the blogger opts for a sign in

  49. James Steerforth Says:

    I switched off the “must be registered and logged in” option just now. Hopefully this will eliminate the problem. 🙂

  50. Gemma Wiseman Says:

    Wow am I late! This is amazing! Anyways, here is my posting!

    The Baird Experiment


  51. Medhini Says:

    Here’s a short story I wrote with the three words titled ‘A child’s play’


  52. TC Says:

    James: Thanks for doing that! I’ll be by to comment then.

    Pia: All I know is that when I tried to comment on those two blogs, it said I had to be logged in with a wordpress account to comment and that I would have to make a WP login and or blog to do so. Perhaps if you just aren’t logged in with your wordpress account at the time you’re trying to comment you get that message until you do login.

  53. pieceofpie Says:

    a little late… this week’s 3ww was perfect as a dear friend after 42 years of marriage her husband passed away… their love was the kinda love we all dream of .. a lifetime of loveThePassing

  54. niebla Says:

    Switched off the must be registered and logged in option. Leaving comments at


    should be a snap now. 🙂

  55. Veens Says:

    Sorry for being late again :-/

    here is my piece for you all to read.


    hope y’all r having a rocking weekend 🙂

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