Wayfaring and Tale Weaver #17 – Making Sense Of Nonsense – Gontorlic Trubutions

I spill from a keratin hull

The color of sunshine

And preseminal fluid

A colloidal halo,

A palatable sluice

I travel from ovary

To effusive epiphany

Swallowing entire

Continents between.

A wayfarer, a reprobate

I shuffle my tarot pack

Dividing and divining.

What will come

Of my next rebirth

Of the gontorlic tribulations

Edging out the surfaces

Of my indulgent spleen?


Words: 62

Time: 10 minutes

Tony invited me to do this challenge and here’s how it goes

By the way his amazing entry can be found here

1) open an ms word document (or any other editor)
2) set a stop watch or your mobile of 5-10 mins.
3) your topic is at the foot of this post. DO NOT SCROLL DOWN TO SEE IT UNTIL YOU ARE READY WITH A TIMER.
4) fill the word document with as much wordage as you want. once you start writing, don’t stop.
5) do not cheat by going back and correcting spellings and grammar with spell check. (this is only meant for you to reflect on your control over sensible thought flow.)
6) you may or may not pay attention to punctuation and capitals.
7) at the end of your post write down the number of words.
8) do not forget to copy and paste the entire passage to your

blog post with a new topic.

i pass on this word challenge to my fellow bloggers:


Rebelle Angel




your word: conspiracy

I also included TaleWeavers as it was stuck in my mind after reading! As I explained to Tony the inside of my head is a strange place and without much time to write well I had no idea what was going to fall out of my subconscious.

Also tomorrow I am busy all day so I am not sure I can get out a poem for Saturday.


15 responses to “Wayfaring and Tale Weaver #17 – Making Sense Of Nonsense – Gontorlic Trubutions

    • Thank you Michael I realized I wrote tribulations instead of trubutions but part of the challenge was not being able to change my spelling lol I look forward to it Michael =)

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  2. Wonderful writing as ever! Am thanks for the challenge – just did my version and posted it. I find when I go into that stream of consciousness writing style my natural inclination is to rhyme! 🙂 🙂

  3. Lots of textural words there in the opening. Love you use of words like sluice, which make sound and feeling come together.

    gontorlic – ok, i looked it up, cause its cool, but i can not find a definition.

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