Wordle #75  August 24, 2015

 Week 75

1. Orpheus (Greek Legend. a poet and musician, a son of Calliope, who followedhisdead wife, Eurydice, to the underworld. By charming Hades, he obtained permissionto lead her away, provided he did not look back at her until they returned to earth. But atthe last moment he looked, and she was lost to him forever.)
2. Follow
3. Meantime
4. Bleary
5. Considerate
6. Deafening
7. Proximate
8. Faculty
9. Simulacrum (a slight, unreal, or superficial likeness or semblance)
10. Preserve
11. Rice
12. Charcoal
Use at least 10 of the words to create a story or poem
The words can appear in an alternate form
Use the words in any order that you like.
Tag: Mindlovemisery’s Menagerie and Wordle


Liam put the charcoal in the truck and followed his son, Barron back in the house.

Leanne said, “did you remember to buy the rice I need to make the rice pudding?”

Liam reached behind her, picked up the bag of rice and grinned as he said, “you mean this stuff?”

Smiling, Leanne took the rice and replied, “yes, thank you for being so considerate.  I completely forgot all about agreeing to cook the pudding for the party tonight.”

Liam said, “I will get the rest of the supplies we need and put them in the truck, but in the meantime,  please call Orpheus and let him know that we believe the entire faculty will be there tonight.”

Liam, Leanne, and Barron arrived at the school and drove around to the back of the bleachers.  There was at least seventy people there.

Suddenly, while everyone was eating, there was a huge explosion under the bleachers. The sound of the blast and people screaming was deafening.  The bleachers turned into large splinters of wood and the blast was the proximate cause of them catching fire.  Everyone was running and trying to get to safety.

Liam rushed toward Leanne and Barron, grabbed their hand,  and ran toward the parking lot.  They could hear the sirens of the fire engines in the distance.

Barron looked at his parents through bleary eyes and held on them tight. They managed to escape unharmed, but there were others who were not so fortunate.

Copyright © 2015 Written by Jessie Cross ~ All rights reserved

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