Manking

A Manking Wordle

I penned a poem a couple of days ago and called it ‘Manking’. I recorded it, too. Here follows the poem, and the recording. Also, above and below, are wordles of it.

What does it mean? Everything or nothing; a lot or a little, or, whatever you want it to. I’m not a poet by any stretch of the imagination, but I like words and the way they sound.

So here it is:

Manking

Manking the language
Unscruttled of note
Suggestions of byhorn
Mal-niddleums throat
For the bird farlorn screama
Ain’t yardlorn de-greem
As the young sibdorn
Polishes the groat.

Here is another wordle:

Another Manking wordle

And here is a link to the audio.

Manking

I hope you enjoy! 🙂

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4 comments on “Manking

  1. Writing Jobs says:

    Another great post. I enjoyed reading your blog today.

    We love to meet exciting new writers!

  2. Bruin Fisher says:

    Splendid and unscruttled! This would have made even the great Edward Lear proud. Absolutely love it – thanks for brightening my day.

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