3ww1 I’d like to take this opportunity to thank everyone who not only participated in last week’s 3WW, but passed along their condolences during a very difficult time in my life. It’s heartening to know that throughout the world, there are friends who care. There’s still a hole where my heart resides, but it’s getting better as time passes.



37 Responses to “3WW CLVI”

  1. anthonynorth Says:

    You’ll find mine in this post:



  2. Jeeves Says:


  3. Jeeves Says:

    Nice to see you back. Please take care

  4. Anu Says:


    Hope you feel better soon!! Life is a sinusoid, things will turn around. Worst will not last forever, take care.

  5. Linda Jacobs Says:

    I’m early this week. Nice to see you back, Thom! Here’s mine.

  6. Sriharsha Says:

    Hi Thom,
    Nice to see you back.Pia took care of the place wonderfully in your absence.
    Here is mine

    an eye for an eye makes the whole world blind

    I wanted to bring something to everyone’s conscious and hece retouched an article that I wrote earlier.


  7. thommyg Says:

    And here’s mine. Something simple. I’m still adjusting.,,


  8. CJT Says:

    A death is such a hard thing to recover from emotionally. Please let us know if there is anything we can help you with.
    Best Wishes,


  9. noahthegreat Says:

    May you reunite sometime, somewhere, somehow.


  10. pjd Says:

    my velocity
    will cause a solar eclipse
    as you languish, awed


  11. gautami tripathy Says:

    Good to see you back, ThomG. Just give it time. And think of the shared times. Those do help.

    let my poemlette take you on

  12. Daily panic Says:

    Today’s words were difficult. But I pulled through.
    Happy 3WW!

  13. Melissa Says:

    Will be back shortly to read everyone’s offering.


  14. Tumblewords Says:


    Cuts in Time

  15. illyriataylor Says:

    The Force of Words
    Permalink: http://illyriataylor.wordpress.com/2009/09/23/the-force-of-words/

  16. 3WW CLVI | The Notebook Says:

    […] For Three Word Wednes­day CLVI […]

  17. Mark Says:

    I’m back!


    Thom, thanks for doing this.

  18. Tiel Aisha Ansari Says:

    Comet Velocities

  19. lucy Says:

    They say time does heal Thom..
    hang in there and hearing from friends that lend
    support is so comforting, isn’t it?
    Another amazing thing about blogging..
    we meet such warm, caring friends who
    really really WANT to be there for us..
    (I am here for you… if you need to talk)
    xoxoxo lucy
    (No post up yet, although without the words of the week
    My last post is about MY dad you may enjoy it Thom)

  20. Just Someone Says:

    Stellar sadness

  21. Just Someone Says:

    Good to see you back;
    Things will get better…
    take care,

  22. Mendur Says:

    This time, I wrote a “SciFiKu” – science fiction haiku.



  23. Patricia sawyer Says:

    My thoughts are with you in your time of loss.. My Dad passed away 17 years ago and I miss him still.. I am gratefull for the memories..Time heals and the memories grow sweeter..

  24. Bernard S. Jansen Says:

    My flash fiction is called “Tip Velocity”. The link is on my name above.

  25. Ann (bunnygirl) Says:

    Glad to see you back, Thom!

    Here’s mine for the week, in which Ricky has to find a replacement bottle for the djinn: The Missing Bottle

  26. TD Says:

    Welcome back Thom… Your father is in my prayers…

    As for my offering…


  27. Purple Houses Says:

    Here’s mine: “Love”


  28. Americanising Desi Says:

    Please click on my Name Link to get to my 3WW

    Hope You Enjoy it!

  29. swapna Says:

    Please find mine here http://swapnap.wordpress.com/2009/09/24/word-velocity/

  30. Jane Doe Says:

    Glad you’re back!

    Here is my very short poem.


    Have a wonderful day all!


  31. lissa Says:

    here’s mine, sorry it’s a bit late again


  32. B Says:

    This one took me all day. I hope you think it was worth it. A story from Morning Side….September 26, 1952.



  33. Kim Nelson Says:

    Blessings to you, Tommy. Sending warm, loving thoughts and light.

  34. The maiden and the moon « niebla | fog Says:

    […] Written using Eclipse, Languish and Velocity from 3WW. […]

  35. Asleep On My Feet Says:

    Great words!
    The Moment Before Impact

  36. Hal Johnson Says:

    Welcome back Thom. I wish I had words of wisdom for you about the loss of your dad. I do remember that when my dad died, I felt like I was in a holding pattern until I embraced the sadness.

    Here’s my very late entry.

    Bridge to Then, Bridge to Now

  37. Hal Johnson Says:

    Hm. That didn’t work.

    Bridge to Then, Bridge to Now

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