3WW CXXVI

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3ww13 Thanks to everyone for stopping by and posting some wonderful stuff. No, this isn’t a goodbye. It’s a re-commitment to 3WW and just to let you know that reading your work is a needed break from the difficulties in my life. If you don’t know, my dad is having some health issues. Reading and writing helps. So, thanks. Your words for this week: Callous Interfere Persistent

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53 Responses to “3WW CXXVI”

  1. Paul Says:

    Stone The Crows, an important announcement is about to be made.

  2. Sepiru Chris Says:

    Submission is here…

  3. anthonynorth Says:

    You’ll find mine in the poetry chain of this post:

    http://beyondtheblog.wordpress.com/2009/02/20/tony-on-eco-movement-more

    Enjoy.

  4. Jeeves Says:

    http://poemsotherwise.blogspot.com/2009/02/callous.html

  5. thommyg Says:

    I see WordPress is working like a well-oiled machine today. It won’t even take my comments. well, try, try again:

    http://thomg.blogspot.com/2009/02/wednesdays-three-word-wednesday_25.html

  6. lucy Says:

    so sorry to hear your dad is having problems Thom. Sending healing thoughts through the air to him and to you. I will be back later with my 3 ww.

  7. Fledgling Poet Says:

    Here’s my humorous attempt:

    http://fledglingpoet.blogspot.com/2009/02/3ww-callous-interfere-persistent.html

  8. Jas. Marshall Says:

    My work computer finally figured out how to block me from administering my blog from work so I’ll post my haiku here and add it to my blog tonight from home. A bit late for the title, but it works.

    Haiku # 4 (“Groundhog”)
    by Jas. Marshall

    Persistent winter –
    How callous! You interfere
    with my best laid plans.

  9. gautami tripathy Says:

    I can’t do beter than this:

    http://firmlyrooted.blogspot.com/2009/02/just-short-verse.html

  10. gautami tripathy Says:

    *better

  11. Sweet Talking Guy.. Says:

    Thanks for the prompt, I’m having a go for the first time this week…

    http://sewina.blogspot.com/2009/02/3ww-cxxvi.html

  12. Myrtle Beached Whale Says:

    These prompts were great.

  13. Crystal Says:

    Mine is up. So sorry to hear about your dad. Sending thoughts and good energy your way!

  14. pjd Says:

    My thoughts are with you & your dad. I’m sorry to hear he’s having health problems.

    http://cornerkick.blogspot.com/2009/02/haiku-wednesday-february-25-2009.html

    my persistent hope
    won’t interfere with your day
    don’t be callous; click!

  15. ande parlow Says:

    Just did mine. Hope all gets better in your world. Sending you good vibrations-remember this too shall pass.

  16. TC Says:

    Hope things with your Dad go well.

  17. lucy Says:

    Hoping this short poem may add a smile to someone’s day

    :))

  18. Tiel Aisha Ansari Says:

    Best wishes for your dad: and some Handwork

  19. Ann (bunnygirl) Says:

    So sorry to hear about your dad’s health issues. I’ll have something later, probably in the wee hours if not tomorrow. As an FYI to those who’ve been so kind as to drop by and read about my wacky rock band, the first chapter of the novel is now posted: http://www.maelstromrock.com

    Story using the prompts to follow…

  20. Bone Says:

    Sure hope all goes well for your dad, Thom.

  21. Ofira Sephiroth Says:

    Sorry to hear about your dad. You’re both in my thoughts and prayers.

    Commitment

  22. gigidiaz Says:

    I hope that everything works out well with your dad. Thank you for being our escape as well. It’s often a meme like yours that can take me away from my own problems and into a different world free of worries.

  23. Vicki Says:

    Sorry to hear about your dad. Will keep you both, and your family, in my prayers.

    Here’s Mine

  24. Meena Says:

    Ah my best wishes for your dad! Will be posting the poem laters 🙂

  25. quin browne Says:

    http://www.quinbrowne.com/2009/02/three-word-wednesdayflash-fiction.html

  26. Daily Panic Says:

    Hope your dad gets well soon.

  27. Redheels Says:

    Loved the prompts this week. Mine is up on time for once. 🙂
    Hope you Dad will be feeling better soon.

  28. Christy Says:

    Writing has always been theraputic for me, glad to hear it is helping you during this difficult time.

    here is my offering

    http://a-mus-ing.blogspot.com/2009/02/simple-minded.html

    Christy

  29. Amarettogirl Says:

    I am so happy that you are recommitting to 3ww! Because you make such a difference in my life and provide me with the platform my heart, soul and hand need – so again thanks for the words.

    Today’s response is called DOSE of REALITY
    http://www.amarettogirl.com/the-written-word/

    enjoy:)

  30. jjdebenedictis Says:

    Best of wishes and luck to your father, and I wish you peace of mind to help get through all your stresses.

    http://jjdebenedictis.blogspot.com/2009/02/three-word-wednesday_25.html

  31. Tammy Says:

    Sorry to hear about your dad!

    I’ve been away too long. 🙂
    http://mylifeasawarrior.blogspot.com/2009/02/emps-26-3ww.html

    I’m getting a computer that uses my eye to type. Yay!

  32. Tumblewords Says:

    Thanks for the site and the weekly prompt!!! Hoping things are going a little more smoothly for you, ThomG…

    Cinquain and American Sentence

  33. TD Says:

    Back to a few American Sentences…

    http://alifeindavidsdays.blogspot.com/2009/02/3ww-american-sentences-callous.html

  34. Jeeves Says:

    Wishes to your dad. Please take care.

  35. Megha Says:

    I will pray for your dad. Thomyg.

    Here’s my piece of writing –

    The Mysterious Village Girl
    Who is she ? Just my imagination or she does exist ?
    How will I find the truth ?
    http://fullofcherries.blogspot.com/2009/02/mysterious-village-girl.html

    Take Care.

  36. Tabitha Says:

    http://just-tabitha.blogspot.com/2009/02/only-losers-have-never-read-jane-austen.html

    This one just kind of came out, and the words fit perfectly. I love when that happens.

  37. Ann (bunnygirl) Says:

    Late, but done: http://www.maelstromrock.com/2009/02/maelstrom-extra-incubus-indifference.html

    Ricky tracks the missing bass player to a strip club, but has a bit of difficulty convincing him to leave.

  38. susan Says:

    A Splitting Headache

  39. pieceofpie Says:

    thommyg ohhhh…sorry to hear your dad is not doing well…. hope he heads toward a healthy recovery… always appreciate the words you offer and your comments….renee… be back later w/words….

  40. Just Someone Says:

    Haven’t been able to participate… just wanted to stop by and send some good wishes your way….

  41. Jill Says:

    http://escapexflight.blogspot.com/2009/02/not-even-myself.html

    I tried…

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  43. Winnie the poohi Says:

    https://threewordwednesday.wordpress.com/2009/02/25/3ww-cxxvi/

  44. Winnie the poohi Says:

    Whoops! ignore the earlier post!

    I have tried 2 small verses 🙂

    http://mylifeinrhymingwords.blogspot.com/2009/02/guilt.html

    http://mylifeinrhymingwords.blogspot.com/2009/02/3ww-naisaiku.html

  45. Pretty Prats Says:

    wish your dad Good health ..

    my post is linked to my name.

  46. Mike Says:

    Just passing by.Btw, you website have great content!

    _________________________________
    Making Money $150 An Hour

  47. Melanie-bd Says:

    Hope this link works.

    my poem

    love-bd

  48. Melanie-bd Says:

    one more try.

    my poem/a>

    love-bd

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  50. Captain Molecule Says:

    Here’s my submission. A little late, but there nevertheless.

    http://captainmolecule.wordpress.com/2009/03/02/better-halves/

  51. Jennifer Jilks Says:

    Tough go with your dad. Got that t-shirt.

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