3WW CXVII

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Christmas Eve, and all through the house, not a creature was stirring, not even a mouse…

Remember, you’ve got time to try your hand at this post. Seven days, to be exact, until three fresh words are revealed.

Thank you for adding something to this world. And have yourself a Very Merry Christmas.

Faith
Miracle
Whisper

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24 Responses to “3WW CXVII”

  1. In Mary’s Shoes « extemporaneous Says:

    […] For 3WW – faith, miracle, whisper […]

  2. Heather Says:

    http://extemporaneous.wordpress.com/2008/12/24/in-marys-shoes/

    I often think of Mary, and what a miracle her faith gave us!

    Merry Christmas!

    Heather

  3. thommyg Says:

    here’s mine:

    http://thomg.blogspot.com/2008/12/wednesdays-three-word-wednesday_24.html

  4. gautami tripathy Says:

    I tried something new. For 3ww, I always have something new.

    http://firmlyrooted.blogspot.com/2008/12/symmetry-in-poetry-or-what.html

    Thanks!

    Merry Christmas to you all!

  5. Jas. Marshall Says:

    Today, I wrote a Crapsey Cinquain.
    (Read that again to make sure you pronounced it properly.)
    Enjoy.

    http://wanderinginthedust.blogspot.com/

    ~ Jas.

  6. djmommy Says:

    A little post therapy, different from usual, but still cleansing!

  7. Amputated Moon » The Weight of the Ordinary Says:

    […] For Three Word Wednesday […]

  8. Pam Says:

    Here is my poem:

    The Weight of the Ordinary

  9. Jeeves Says:

    Here’s my take

    http://poemsotherwise.blogspot.com/2008/12/in-jungle-of-captivity-whispers-on.html

  10. pjd Says:

    have faith in tommy
    no miracle he’s posted
    just whisper our thanks

    http://cornerkick.blogspot.com/2008/12/haiku-wednesday-christmas-eve-edition.html

    Merry Everything, yall.

  11. Linda Jacobs Says:

    Thanks, Thom!

    happy Holidays to those celebrating!

    Just a quick cinquain.

  12. noahthegreat Says:

    Scrooge

  13. Pretty Prats Says:

    Miracles do happen :

    http://ofsomethingsomething.blogspot.com/2008/12/miracles-do-happen.html

    and MerryChristmas 🙂

  14. ~willow~ Says:

    I think “yule” be sorry you read this introspective piece, even sorrier for laughing at the pun 😀

    p/s: MERRY CHRISTMAS to those who celebrate it. And HAPPY HANUKAH! Not forgetting KWANZAA! And all those other winter solstice festivals too. My wishes to all who celebrate them. Peace.

  15. Richard Says:

    As impossible as it seems we’ve shifted toward the light.

    Happy winter holidays, y’all.

    ENOUGH FOR ME

  16. b Says:

    Here is a real miracle for you…the 1st Annual Meeting of the Cousin’s Club!

    http://torristravels.blogspot.com/2008/12/juvenile-diabetes-research.html

  17. quin browne Says:

    http://www.quinbrowne.com/2008/12/three-word-wednesday-on-friday.html

  18. Frozen Tears « Write Todays Weblog Says:

    […] This week on 3WW the prompts are: Faith Miracle […]

  19. angel Says:

    Hey, y’all. I made it. Better late than never as they say.

    http://angelsharums-storyboard.blogspot.com/2008/12/achieving-your-goals.html

    This one is very short, and differnt than my usual.

  20. TD Says:

    And mine…

    http://alifeindavidsdays.blogspot.com/2008/12/tale-of-st-dismus.html

  21. Meera Says:

    For the thrid time, but now at the right place! ..”To ye all, From Two to One”….”

  22. Love, at long last, visits two lonely hearts « Steer Forth! Says:

    […] Written around faith, miracle and whisper from 3WW CXVII. […]

  23. Winnie the poohi Says:

    Late but still here is my try …

    I believe now..

  24. lissa Says:

    late but here’s my take
    miracles

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