I’ve been Wordled…

Yesterday, at a workshop in Utrecht given by dedicated and inspiring English teacher, Roy Bicknell, I was introduced to Wordle and its possible uses in vocabulary lessons for business English students. As a writer, it struck me as a fantastic way of adding visual impact to poems  or flash fiction and perhaps incorporating the poem’s/flash fiction’s meaning on a subconscious level. All these pieces have been inspired by a visual prompt, three of which I have displayed. If you would like to read the poems or flash in their original form (unWordled) please follow these links:

A Bit of Sparkle
Tryst
The Entomologist’s Dream

Tryst

The Entomologist’s Dream

Painting by Edmund Dulac that inspired above poem.

The Inn of the Dawn Horse – as yet unpublished

The Inn of the Dawn Horse, Painting that inspired above poem, by Leonora Carrington

A Bit of Sparkle (flash fiction piece)

Photo that inspired A Bit of Sparkle, by Martin Sojka

About susancarey

Angela writes using pseudonym, Susan Carey. She has dual nationality, GB/NL and lives in Amsterdam. Susan has had short fiction published on multiple platforms and was a runner-up in the 2018 and 2017 Casket of Fictional Delights Flash Competitions. Every year she is crazy enough to take part in Nanowrimo, and has done so successfully since 2009. Her writing has also been published and performed by amongst others; Mslexia, Liars’ League, Reflex Fiction, the Casket and of course the wonderful Writers Abroad. She has a love hate relationship with her adopted hometown and often dreams of living in a thatched cottage, far from the madding crowd.
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