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Wordle (?!) Message: About Truth, Utter! Help!

Wordle is a word guessing game in the New York Times. I play it sometimes, usually starting with "ADIEU" because that has most of the vowels. You have six tries to guess their word. Yesterday for some reason I started with "ABOUT" and then typed "TRUTH" as the second guess. I had most of the letters by then and went directly to the winning word on the third try, "UTTER"! Felt like someone else was typing.


Hmmm. Any thoughts on what this means? I asked and got the little poem below, not sure from whence it came. Love to have some help with this one. Guys, are you out there?

About Truth, Utter!

It’s time to speak the truth.

No more dodging, no more games.

The truth is now a fixture

In the center of your brain.

It’s flailing with the storm outside,

It settles with the sea

It dances in the morning mists

And glides along the beach.

With everything you offer it,

It can’t be bribed to play

A part that you have made for it

That doesn’t speak or stay.

And even if you bury it

It rises once again

When light or dark come close enough

To hear what it has been.

You might as well give over,

Give up, and go inside,

Lift your heartlight to the heavens

And let us take you for a ride..

We are the world that birthed you,

That nourishes and cares

That sees you as you really are

And not just someone’s spare.

Breathe in the breath of freedom

Release the world of woe

Take love into your heart

And wherever you will go,

Take us as your hearts desire

And your love will overflow

Until it reaches oceans

Unseen in starlight’s glow.

We welcome you back home again

With happiness and tears.

You’ve fought your demons to a draw,

Surrendered all your fears,

And never more to question

What now you’ve come to know.

You’ve been loved 'fore time began

And we’ll never let you go.

May 25, 2023

Image Credit: Stuff, Craig Grannell,1 February 2022 / 10:54 GMT.

All blog entries are works of the imagination and are for spiritual and entertainment purposes.

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