Scrap the Monday Blues, and get stuck in with this week’s Wordle challenge which is much more fun!
6. Semaphorism (n.)) a conversational hint that you have something personal to say on the subject but don’t go any further—an emphatic nod, a half-told anecdote, an enigmatic ‘I know the feeling’—which you place into conversations like those little flags that warn diggers of something buried underground: maybe a cable that secretly powers your house, maybe a fiberoptic link to some foreign country.)
Use at least 10 of the words to create a story or poem.
She could almost feel the smooth texture beneath her tongue.
To thwart potential thieves, the kids playhouse was the only place she could hide her stash. Having reached a stalemate now she’d more or less given up anyway.
She was tired of their semaphorisms, getting nowhere, and longed for a paradox solution.
Just one bite, that’s all she’d wanted, simply open her mouth, let her teeth gently meet.
The box said ‘Neptune Bars’, the contents advertised as having the densest chocolate on the planet.
Chocolate was her muse.
Nestling back amongst the cushions, she felt the tension drain from her body.
She deserved this.