3WW Week No. 438

As you well know, each week I post three words. You write something using the words.

Then come back and post a link to the contribution with Mr. Linky (but please, link to the exact post, not your blog, by clicking on the exact post title and paste it to Mr. Linky below). As always, there's no hard-and-fast rule that you have to post on Wednesday.


(And if you want a hint as to when I post three new words, follow me on Twitter @tgabrukiewicz.)


I do invite everyone to check back often to read and comment on other contributions. This is, after all, a community for writers, poets and bloggers who clamor for your feedback. Share with friends. Tweet the love. Let us build this community. 

Reflect, verb: (of a surface or body) throw back (heat, light, or sound) without absorbing it, (of a mirror or shiny surface) show an image of, embody or represent (something) in a faithful or appropriate way, (of an action or situation) bring (credit or discredit) to the relevant parties, bring about a good or bad impression of, think deeply or carefully about.

Tedious, adjective: too long, slow, or dull: tiresome or monotonous.

Waste, verb: use or expend carelessly, extravagantly, or to no purpose, bestow or expend on an unappreciative recipient, (of a person or a part of the body) become progressively weaker and more emaciated, kill or severely injure (someone) (informal); adjective: (of a material, substance, or byproduct) eliminated or discarded as no longer useful or required after the completion of a process; noun: an act or instance of using or expending something carelessly, extravagantly, or to no purpose, material that is not wanted; the unusable remains or byproducts of something.

3WW Week No. 437

As you well know, each week I post three words. You write something using the words.

Then come back and post a link to the contribution with Mr. Linky (but please, link to the exact post, not your blog, by clicking on the exact post title and paste it to Mr. Linky below). As always, there's no hard-and-fast rule that you have to post on Wednesday.


(And if you want a hint as to when I post three new words, follow me on Twitter @tgabrukiewicz.)


I do invite everyone to check back often to read and comment on other contributions. This is, after all, a community for writers, poets and bloggers who clamor for your feedback. Share with friends. Tweet the love. Let us build this community. 

Metallic, adjective: of, relating to, or resembling metal or metals, (of sound) resembling that produced by metal objects striking each other; sharp and ringing, (of a person's voice); emanating or as if emanating via an electronic medium, having the sheen or luster of metal; noun: a paint, fiber, fabric, or color with a metallic sheen.

Optimal, adjective: best or most favorable; optimum.

Polished, adjective: shiny as a result of being rubbed, accomplished and skillful, refined, sophisticated, or elegant. 

3WW Week No. 436

As you well know, each week I post three words. You write something using the words.

Then come back and post a link to the contribution with Mr. Linky (but please, link to the exact post, not your blog, by clicking on the exact post title and paste it to Mr. Linky below). As always, there's no hard-and-fast rule that you have to post on Wednesday.


(And if you want a hint as to when I post three new words, follow me on Twitter @tgabrukiewicz.)


I do invite everyone to check back often to read and comment on other contributions. This is, after all, a community for writers, poets and bloggers who clamor for your feedback. Share with friends. Tweet the love. Let us build this community. 

Boring, adjective: not interesting; tedious.

Dark, adjective: with little or no light, hidden from knowledge; mysterious, (of a color or object) not reflecting much light; approaching black in shade, (of a period of time or situation) characterized by tragedy, unhappiness, or unpleasantness, gloomily pessimistic, (of an expression) angry; threatening.

Lonely, adjective: sad because one has no friends or company, without companions; solitary, (of a place) unfrequented and remote.


3WW Week No. 435

As you well know, each week I post three words. You write something using the words.

Then come back and post a link to the contribution with Mr. Linky (but please, link to the exact post, not your blog, by clicking on the exact post title and paste it to Mr. Linky below). As always, there's no hard-and-fast rule that you have to post on Wednesday.


(And if you want a hint as to when I post three new words, follow me on Twitter @tgabrukiewicz.)

I do invite everyone to check back often to read and comment on other contributions. This is, after all, a community for writers, poets and bloggers who clamor for your feedback. Share with friends. Tweet the love. Let us build this community. 


Aloof, adjective: not friendly or forthcoming; cool and distant; conspicuously uninvolved and uninterested, typically through distaste.

Temporary, adjective: lasting for only a limited period of time; not permanent.

Whole, adjective: all of; entire; used to emphasize a large extent or number; in an unbroken or undamaged state; in one piece; healthy; noun: a thing that is complete in itself; adverb: used to emphasize the novelty or distinctness of something. 

3WW Week No. 434

As you well know, each week I post three words. You write something using the words.

Then come back and post a link to the contribution with Mr. Linky (but please, link to the exact post, not your blog, by clicking on the exact post title and paste it to Mr. Linky below). As always, there's no hard-and-fast rule that you have to post on Wednesday.


(And if you want a hint as to when I post three new words, follow me on Twitter @tgabrukiewicz.)

I do invite everyone to check back often to read and comment on other contributions. This is, after all, a community for writers, poets and bloggers who clamor for your feedback. Share with friends. Tweet the love. Let us build this community. 

Obedient, adjective: complying or willing to comply with orders or requests; submissive to another's will.

Raspy, adjective: hoarse or harsh-sounding.

Somber, adjective: dark or dull in color or tone; gloomy; oppressively solemn or sober in mood; grave.