Monday, November 18, 2019

Monday WRites 220


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CRACKLE QUADRILLE
Then the lightning crackled like the blaming finger of a witch gone wild on finding her wicked brew had been stolen, gulped, or siphoned off.
And trees whirling wildly to winds withering were indeed worthy of screams from television audiences both young and old.
CRACKLE QUADRILLE © gillena cox

Blog hopping today with

Take a crack at poeming

REVISIT
18 November 2016
18 November 2015

MUSIC
Katie Melua - Blame It On The Moon

28 comments:

  1. MAN, this is a great line!
    "Then the lightning crackled like the blaming finger of a witch gone wild"

    I love that there's a subtle "cackled" in there, because of the witch. ;)

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  2. Thank you for your appreciation De

    Much­čĺ×love

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  3. The wind rally does a number on the islands year after year! Great lines.

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    1. Thanks for your appreciation Dwight

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  4. Beware that wild witches finger! Enjoyed this gillena

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  5. Thanks for your appreciation Rob

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  6. Almost wanted to chant this. Beautiful sound patterns to say nothing of the scariness. Loved it.

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    1. Thanks for your appreciation Benita

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  7. Love the sounds booming from your words.

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  8. Thank you for your appreciation Grace

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  9. I like the thought of siphoning off that wicked brew.

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  10. Thanks for your appreciation Frank

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  11. Your quadrille crackles, Gillena, especially the lightning that ‘crackled like the blaming finger of a witch gone wild’!

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  12. Thank you for your appreciation Kim

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  13. "the flaming finger of a witch gone wild" -- that THAT conjures up quite a picture. Great write.

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    1. Thanks for your appreciation Bev

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  14. I love a good storm, and your words bring it to life!

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    1. Thanks for your appreviation Linda

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  15. Cracks full of energy to be sure. I can almost hear them!

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  16. Thanks for your apprecistion Lili

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  17. Such a delightful alliteration here

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    1. Thanks for your appreciation Bj├Ârn

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  18. Loved the creative imagery and alliteration of " trees whirling wildly to winds withering". Nice!

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  19. Thanks for your appreciation Mish

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  20. Love all the wonderful sounds in this. Beautiful!

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  21. Thanks for your appreciation Sara

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