his terse retort, "lame,"
spoke volumes on how well
he'd cooperate with us
"lack of respect drives in a wedge."
This was an interesting write. The middle came quite quickly using this week's Three Word Wednesday [3WW=>cooperate, lame, terse] prompt. Normally it is a simultaneous struggle between the first and middle verse; they tend to go hand in hand. I get a general idea for the initial word (though it is subject to change) while pulling the middle and end together with the given words. For this one, the middle came so quickly I was at a complete loss for what the initial word and its followers should be. The last line is basically impossible to write with out the initial word. Maybe it is the way this poem unfolded that has me not quite content...ah...but then again, when am I ever content.
On a Side Note: Recently I posted that I would be limiting my use of this blog. I feel it has fulfilled its purpose and that it is time for me to move on. Unfortunately, letting go is not all that easy...or maybe it is fortunate, because I will (at least for a time) be maintaining two things here: my weekly contributions to OpenLinkNight over at dVerse and my last Wednesday of the month "clarity pyramid meets 3WW" for Three Word Wednesday. I have just recently taken up residency elsewhere in case you care to drop in.