Wednesday's Three Word Wednesday

The words over at Three Word Wednesday are avenge, genuine and ramble. First thing I wrote just poured out of me – and contained none of the three words. Oh, well. Pop’s getting ready to get out of the hospital, so time is short (and the wifi sketchy)
Here’s a couple of American Sentences, 17-syllable nuggets like a haiku. Heck, let’s throw in a haiku in there as well.

His ramble genuine, the message transparent – avenge me, damn you!

Genuine feelings spike her ramble; avenge thy wicked heart, she screams.

Genuine ramble,
spit like venom whips the crowd,
Avenge! Kill the rich!

7 comments:

ande said...

This so could be a clash song! And I would gladly sing along.

pia said...

Loved the last. It's the way many of us feel now

Glad your Dad is better and getting out of the hospital

It's good to be back in 3WW. Though moving day is coming closer and I can't promise the next couple of weeks I am so looking forward to it

It's a great exercise. Glad you have so many people doing it :)

gautami tripathy said...

Yeah, go ahead! Kill the rich!

:D

Wishing the best for your dad...

Lucy said...

love the middle one thom!
YaH! your dad has busted out! Hope he enjoys good health and happy days at home!
thanks for these words each week!

Shadow said...

wow, that's angry

R.V said...

Wow that sounded like a revolutionary war cry! Or maybe Robin Hood's haiku?

I'm so happy to see so many different type of uses of the same words! Its interesting!

Thanks for the comment on the blog :)

Fledgling Poet said...

Packed with emotion...I especially liked the last one!