3WW CLXVIII

by

Bleak
Hiccup
Queer

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30 Responses to “3WW CLXVIII”

  1. Jeeves Says:

    Hello

    http://poemsotherwise.blogspot.com/2009/12/mountains-said-so.html

  2. Jeeves Says:

    http://poemsotherwise.blogspot.com/2009/12/mountains-said-so.html

  3. atob Says:

    http://oppsnotagain.blogspot.com/2009/12/queer.html

  4. anthonynorth Says:

    You’ll find mine here:

    http://beyondtheblog.wordpress.com/2009/12/15/victims

    Enjoy.

  5. Paul Says:

    The idea for this piece comes from Jewish tradition (I think the Talmud). But the characters and the setting is my own.

    http://writersnoteobook.blogspot.com/2009/12/tables-turned.html

  6. ThomG Says:

    And my contribution can be found here:

    Time Machine

  7. Sweetest in the Gale (Fledgling) Says:

    http://fledglingpoet.blogspot.com/2009/12/3ww-bleak-hiccup-queer.html

  8. gautami tripathy Says:

    A silly poem for someone even sillier!!

    http://firmlyrooted.blogspot.com/2009/12/ode-to-percy-bisque-silley.html

    I wrote this for someone who is one of the best persons I know via blogging. Do check him out:

    http://www.originalfaith.com/blog/

  9. Daily Panic Says:

    still looking to fall in love with something I write.

  10. Tiel Aisha Ansari Says:

    Hm. Sounds like a Monadnock

  11. Tim Remp Says:

    Here is mine for this week. A short story around 700 words.

    http://timremp.blogspot.com/2009/12/excerpt-from-those-who-gorge-on-plutos.html

  12. David Masters Says:

    This is my début 3WW: ‘The Proper Cure For Hiccups’

    http://truantpen.blogspot.com/2009/12/proper-cure-for-hiccups-3ww.html

  13. Paul Says:

    Here’s my piece for this week, Bully and Victim.

    http://crybbe666.blogspot.com/2009/12/bully-and-victim.html

  14. Tumblewords Says:

    Thanks!

    Poem for 3WW

  15. 3WW CLXVIII — Just Say No - The Notebook Says:

    […] For 3WW CLXVIII  And thanks for reading! […]

  16. Mark Says:

    http://radio-nowhere.org/nb/?p=314

    Just say No…

    Although, I’d rather they didn’t….

  17. larry Says:

    Chicago Winds
    Just couldn’t come up with a good subject so I winged it today. there are better authors out thre than I am I’ve alreay figured that out.

    Chicago Winds

  18. Mendur Says:

    It’s Christmas time, so I broke down and wrote a Christmas-themed haiku – with my own spin, of course.

    http://mendur.blogspot.com/2009/12/3ww-what-dickens.html

    Enjoy.

  19. random blogger Says:

    Feel like I havent posted anything here for months!!! Not too happy with what I’ve done here but it still is good to be back. Cant wait to read what everyone else had to say. 🙂

    Steve Misery

    Cheers!

  20. CJT Says:

    I want all of you to know, I agonized over these words all day. Finally I came up with the story based on true events that occured today. As always, Enjoy!

    http://wordvamp.wordpress.com/2009/12/17/tis-the-season/

  21. peggy Says:

    Very late and I am seeing two computer screens, but I am very happy that I kept my promise to myself and wrote a 3WW story, my weekly goal. This one is “MILF”

  22. April Says:

    I really like what I came up with this week. The word combo was very different for me…I don’t use the word “queer” often. But I fit it perfectly into a sonnet about the desire and restraint:

    …secret passions stir..

  23. Irene Says:

    My entry’s here.

    last rites

  24. Leonard Blumfeld Says:

    Bleak house, written in a somewhat García Lorcaesque manner.

  25. Prats Says:

    finally, i managed not to miss this one again !!

  26. Americanising Desi Says:

    You got to believe me when I say QUEER!

    Queer

  27. psychedchick Says:

    http://psychedchick.wordpress.com/2009/12/18/queer/

  28. swapna Says:

    Am late and guilty of not doing my rounds. But i dint want to miss this opportunity. So here is mine

  29. thommyg Says:

    I’ve deleted all the spammer comments and have attempted to block this person’s IP address. Sorry everyone,

  30. ladygarfield Says:

    better late than never… here’s mine, using the last week’s prompts as well:
    http://ladygarfield.blogspot.com/2009/12/on-cold-sunday-morning.html

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