(Dummy me, this was a post for SatWe and I didn't post it to Gather Writing Essential...;p)
By the river;
Wind whipping by.
No marplot was,
Roots were firmly
Firm, unmovable rock
Feat? No. It
The Creator's Creation.
© Stacey Uffelman 9/1/12
Thank you, Terry, for introducing me to a new form of poetry.
Hopefully I used the words correctly. If I didn't, well, at least Len is not going to grade me on my use of English. ;p
This Week’s Challenge:
Using prose or poetry, write anything you want (fiction, nonfiction, or essay) but include the words: ramose, georgic, and marplot.
Here are three words selected at random from e-mails I received in the past couple weeks.
ramose \RAY-mohss\ adjective
: consisting of or having branches
georgic \JOR-jik\ adjective
: of or relating to agriculture
marplot \MAHR-plaht\ noun
: one who frustrates or ruins a plan or undertaking by meddling
Watch Out For:
The only thing is to make sure you use the three words (ramose, georgic, and marplot) correctly in your work.
The key is correctly. Keep in mind that one of the words is a noun and the other two are adjectives.