Hey, Cookie ~ I've Wordled some favored song lyrics, poetry, the words I received in a love letter. Maybe I'm batshit, but I find each of the Wordle renditions presents a new look to the material, but still echoes the original. I really like this. I've made a Wordle presentation of something meaningful to me that I'm going to have printed onto good photo paper and frame to put on the wall.
Yes, Leslie, to quote the Carpenters, we've only just begun. Thanks so much for the link to this.
;~} Perhaps something new to be obsessive over? I do thank you for the shout-out!
kass, good to see you on the blog again! i love your choice of colors in your wordleing. keep up the good wordle *groan*
I haven't done a wordle in such a long time. I think you have some really intriguing and telling words in this one. It definitely makes me want to read the poem. I would believe, that I can tell however, how the poem goes pretty well from these words!
What a fantastic thing to do. It's amazing how certain words pop out at you and then recede to make way for other words and whole new meanings are created. Thanks, Kass.
My husband wordled one of my novels for me - it's a really good way to see if what you thought were the key themes of a piece really are...and it's a very attractivce piece of word art. Your poem "looks" and reads great.
I always find these things intriguing. Don't know why.
I love that wordle site. I just couldn't figure out how to put my finished product on my blog. I'm so techy challenged.I LOVE your collage. It's so YOU.And that new grandbaby, what a doll!Another one to love to pieces. xox
The added collage is absolutely stunning!
They are both captivating ...
Looks very unusual, nice choice of coloured types.
STANDING - The wordle site made the choices for me. I plan to explore it more.VICKY - The poem can be linked by clicking on "original." Thanks for liking my words.ELISABETH - I think I can safely say we both love words A LOT.RACHEL - Wow, your husband wordled your WHOLE novel?!! That's true love.DAVE - They ARE intriguing and apparently they've been around a long time. Who knew?MARIE - I emailed you your wordle. Hope to see it and your poem on your blog soon.LES - Glad you like the collage. I did it several years ago. It has my boyfriends, me, my mom, my dad, my sisters, Mae West, Robert Redford, my dog, Ali McGraw and a bunch of clown school students.S. ETOLE - Thanks. I loved your last picture and sentiment.GLENNIS - Thanks for dropping by. I looked at your blogs. Looks like you're having some interesting adventures.
That is extremely creative, I've never tried one. Would love to read the actual poem
I'm not familiar with this type of game, but I like the collage and the mixture of words. They described you so well. I can also make sentences with it, like: Felt fresh, wanted, less paralyzed... or: assumed reality... just great!loveNlightGabi
GABI - Thanks. You can try one yourself by clicking on the red "wordle" and read my original poem by clicking on the red "original."I like what you've done with the words. It gets me started in a whole new direction. We can never assume what reality is. We CAN arise out of our paralyzation and start fresh. Very good. Thanks.
Very powerful poem Kass, I love it!!!loveNlightGAbi
kass and gabi-thank you both, from the bottom of my heart. this morning you have reminded me that there is a way out of my paralysis today-acknowledge, release, move. i needed that!
STANDING - Maybe it's all part of that seasonal shift that you feel so keenly.
kass-oh yes. today i could bite the heads off of live chickens!
Hello,nice post thanks for sharing?. I just joined and I am going to catch up by reading for a while. I hope I can join in soon.
It's nice to know you've stopped by. Thanks.