Friday, February 21, 2014

Wednesday Words: words that end with -en

Morpho peleides 7: Peleides Blue Morpho (Morpho peleides) butterfly at Emmen Zoo.Unfortunately with damaged wings
Source: 001099

Listen!” cried the butterfly, “Listen!”

“Garden has been  christened!

On roses drops glisten,

Each flower and leaf moistened.

With sun overhead, flower demise hasten.”




“We don’t need no stinking penicillin!  It doesn't belong here!"

Thanks to Delores   who supplies participants with a set of six words.  This week Delores has supplied two sets of six.  More to play with and move around!  Please check out her site by clicking on the mellow stream above.  I hope you can give this fun word challenge a chance yourself!!

24 comments:

  1. A garden of 'ens'.....you are right, penicillin wouldn't have fit well at all.

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    1. It had to be somewhere, but not in that place.

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  2. That picture is stunning, perfect color for your blog. As usual the words you find are amazing.

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    1. That photo is so amazing. I would love to actually see one in the moment.

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  3. Ah quite the beautiful collection of "ens" :)

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    1. Delores is always quite ingenuous with her word choices.

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  4. The ens are sure at play here today

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  5. Clever. And fun. I always love your take on Delores' torture. Thank you.

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    1. Delores always amazes me, with her dedication and lovely words.

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  6. Hey Susan,

    And to the very en, I then see an in. I shall now float away....

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    1. It is the habit of ens to fall to the end.

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  7. This is delightful. Well, it delighted me anyway. People don't use "delight" enough...
    Love the butterfly.

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    1. Delight is an experience I get when I see a child, butterflies, flowers....
      Isn't that blue absolutely brilliant!!

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  8. I wouldn't mind listening to the sound of 10,000 fluttering and glistening butterfly wings.

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    1. There is a place in the jungles of Mexico where Monarchs migrate (saw an Imax doc. about it), and there is the would of thousands of wings. Marvelous.

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  9. Oh, Sus-"en", you have the green thumb of words that en-chant m-en and wom-en and chldr-en everywhere.

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    1. Well said, Zonna!

      Blessings and Bear hugs, everyone.

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    2. Always glad to en-chant and en-able en-joyment!

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  10. You did a good job. Nice ENtertainmENt. :)

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Go ahead...it won' t hurt...I'd love to hear what you think!