Fun With Three Word Wednesday
I’ve decided to join in on the fun over at this week’s 3 Word Wednesday. Here’s how it works:
Welcome to Three Word Wednesday. Each week, I will post three (or more) words. Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to write something using all of those words. It can be a few lines, a story, a poem, anything.
This week’s three words are Field, Hide, and Second. They inspired me to write both a limerick and a haiku. Here’s my limerick:
Bridling At A Question
By Madeleine Begun Kane
At his question, I’m fit to be tied
Cuz it comes from left field. I must hide!
He can see I might flee.
“Just a second,” says he.
“I am begging you. Please be my bride!”
And here’s my haiku:
Though I want to hide,
If only for a second,
I field her question.
Last week’s words were Initial, Knock, and Weather, for which I wrote this serious haiku:
How do they weather
that initial door knock with
news: “Your loved one’s dead.”