Sea? Surely not...x
Sea Sea Sea - oh and waves too! :-)it's not only funny but lovely too!
You can trace phrases here, too."dark wavessea riselullaby glowdreams reach broken headfirth light"From a distance it looks like a thumb print ... this is your identity code :-)
yes, sea and waves weren't a surprise :) but eyes were - do my poems have lots of eyes?? lots of likes, must use more similes than I thought.maybe I'll try and make a poem out of it! it does look like a thumb print :)
I've always wanted to do one of these. They're fascinating.
I like these Wordles. I put my old PhD in it, and it came out with 'research' as the commonest word. I see 'like' is large in yours. That's a positive.
it's good fun michelle, can also be enlightening I think. If I ever get around to it I'd like to wordle Plath's Ariel poems! hi colin, I'm glad that's a positive :)
eyes like sea.Just love it.
I'm having fun here - one burn walk, cherry breath, sun ship, broken dark head, sea feet :)
that's good fun.how did you manage to save the image?
Oooh... my biggest word is, apparently, "day". Followed by "one" and "words". The phrase that jumps out of yours at me is: "eyes like sea rise". (And there's also a zooming out in leaves -> trees -> hills.)
swiss - you have to copy the large version to a document by pressing your Prnt Scm button on it an then control and v on the doc page then crop it. took me a while to work it out!interesting, could get addicted to these!!
I've just done Mad Yak. I think there's maybe a poem in it!
This suggests exercises and experiments. Write a poem that uses all of these words. Write a poem that uses none of these words.
or if everyone posts a wordle of their poems and we could all write poems on each others wordles!!
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