#10 3WW – Goodbye, Haphazard, Memorize

Final writing prompts for Three Word Wednesday are:

Goodbye, exclamation: farewell, adieu, au revoir, ciao, adios; bye, bye-bye, so long, see you later, see you, sayonara; bon voyage; cheers; noun: parting, leave-taking, send-off.

Memorize, verb: commit to memory, remember, learn by heart, get off by heart, learn, learn by rote, become word-perfect in, get something down pat.

Haphazard, adjective: random, unplanned, unsystematic, unmethodical, disorganized, disorderly, irregular, indiscriminate, chaotic, hit-and-miss, arbitrary, aimless, careless, casual, slapdash, slipshod; chance, accidental.

Three words,
for Wednesday,
three words,
to brighten my day,

Allow me, to memorise,
when I first started to write,
with three words as pillars,
to my piece – poetry or fiction,

Waiting until Wednesday,
haphazardly scribbling things,
mostly ridiculous,
some worth a second glance,

Edit, rephrase, repeat,
although not a regular
it pains me
to bid you goodbye,

Your three words,
made me bold,
speak my mind,
spurt colours of creativity,

Thom, you beautiful soul!
here’s to those three words,
hastening me to write
from the heart, every week.


Three Word Wednesday has been an epic part of my very short writing journey, I have enormously enjoyed squiggling little poems and short fictional pieces. Even though I don’t always post my work here, it definitely brought out the best of me on paper, and I will always be grateful for that. I have to hand it to Thom for bringing a bunch of exceedingly talented lot together under one banner. Getting super pumped to read their poems every week is something I am going to have to live without. By all odds, the blogging community is going to miss those three words that perk up their Wednesdays! Although I hope we create something beautiful like TWW pretty soon. Cheers.

 

This is the final post forThree Word Wednesday (3WW)

 

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