37 Responses to “3WW CLXXIV”

  1. anthonynorth Says:

    You’ll find mine here:



  2. Americanising Desi Says:

    and you ll find me here:


  3. Irene Says:


  4. Andy Sewina Says:

    Thanks Thom, sorry I still couldn’t resist it!

    Here’s my attempt anyway:



  5. Jeeves Says:


  6. Paul Says:

    Here’s mine for this week; partly based on fact.


  7. The Amateur Poet, Leo Says:


    Here’s mine!

  8. ~willow~ Says:

    Another glimpse at the Annabelle-Ocher dynamic:

  9. Sweetest in the Gale (Fledgling) Says:

    A haiku:


  10. thommyg Says:

    And I add my contribution as well:


  11. Wendy Naisa Says:

    Here’s a NanoAmerico^ for William Honey

    Thank You.

  12. Jay Thurston Says:

    OK I know next to nothing on poetry I admit, but I thought I would change things up this week and try my hand at it.


  13. Julie Jordan Scott Says:

    This combination annoyed and inspired me. Always a good thing.


  14. gautami tripathy Says:

    I wasn’t going to post anything but this simply formed in my mind and I had to:


  15. Lilibeth Says:

    I’m trying to write something every time…but today I’ve little time so…oh well.

  16. Tiel Aisha Ansari Says:

    Sounds like a Shipwreck

  17. b Says:

    Beacon was the name of my college newspaper…the story started there.



  18. b Says:

    I needed to add…I would like for you to try to decipher what is true and what is fiction. Many of these things actually happened. Smile 🙂



  19. Tumblewords Says:

    NaiSaiKu for 3WW

  20. Angel Says:

    Hey,y’all. I actually remembered the promt, and on the right day! Hope y’all like my little story.

    Seeing Yourself Clearly

  21. stan Says:

    Here’s my post-match reaction: http://says-sir-ten.blogspot.com/2010/01/beacon-grieve-kindred.html

  22. larry Says:

    took me awhile today sorry for those who’ve been waiting I was stuck on the fate of sittingbull. But now i’m posted just follow the link provided below.

    The Fate Of Sitting Bull

  23. lissa Says:

    it’s been a while since I’ve done a 3WW and that’s probably why I make a mistake

    I have no idea what I was thinking but somehow I read bacon instead of beacon and I could not fit that word into the story, so I hope, Thom, you’ll forgive me for that

    here’s the link

  24. MadelineD Says:

    Hi everybody. Here’s a poem


  25. CJT Says:

    Sorry I’m a little late today, but at least I still made it on Wednesday… here’s mine!

    Attendance Optional

  26. Thoughts Have Wings » Concrete Thinking Says:

    […] Three Word Wednesday CLXXIV beacon grieve kindred […]

  27. Paul Says:

    Late as usual, but here is my piece:


    There is some magnificent pieces this week!!!

  28. Ann (bunnygirl) Says:

    I thought I’d never get time to write today!

    Ricky has to deal with a missing demon band member: http://www.maelstromrock.com/2010/01/maelstrom-extra-order-chiroptera.html

    Vince and his gang speculate on the meaning of some mysterious signal fires: http://ampfiction2.blogspot.com/2010/01/flash-fiction-extra-beacon.html

    Enjoy! I’m looking forward to making the rounds.

  29. Kitty Says:

    I posted this as a comment yesterday but it hasn’t appeared… lost in the ether?


  30. Daily Panic Says:

    Life is fun!

  31. Scott Says:

    This one is for Larry! Thanks for your comment on my last 3WW, it was inspiring! 😉

    The continuing saga of Rob:

    The Man Looking Back At Me

  32. peggy Says:


    Rainbow Ends.

    consider this a public service announcement to never do drugs.

  33. swapna Says:

    mine is here

  34. 3WW « Agitation of hands. Strength of words. Says:

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  35. Purple Houses Says:


    Belated, and not quite three-word…

  36. pieceofpie Says:

    life is good in the rain… suppose

  37. Asakuun Draconis Says:

    My 3WW:

    ‘There was no doubt that I would grieve for my dear friend. But alas, it was his time to go. We lit the pyre and set it free upon the seas. When night fell, it would be a beacon to passing ships. In years to come, maybe I would see my old friend reading the stars in the Forest of Departed Souls with other kindred spirits like him.’

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