Wednesday, January 09, 2008

3WW

[This week's Three Word Wednesday prompted us to use gossip, naive, and station. This is an American Sentence using them.]



Gossip turns the naive to cynic no matter your rank or station.



18 comments:

Janet said...

Yes, it does! Wonderful!

sister AE said...

thanks, Janet.

Maria said...

yup

tumblewords said...

Yup, it does. Good American Sentence!

sister AE said...

thanks, Maria and tumblewords.

gautami tripathy said...

You hit it!

LOL!

TC said...

This one made me really sad. I think because of how true it is.

sister AE said...

thanks, gautami.

hello, TC. i guess we should treat it as cautionary and not an absolute truism.

Christy said...

so true

sister AE said...

thanks, Christy.

LittleWing said...

absolutely perfect american sentence with a wonderfuly spoken tale...thrz a universal proverb in there i am sure...

sister AE said...

thanks, LittleWing.

Linda said...

I love seeing these American Sentences everywhere! A few months ago, I'd never heard of them. Love this one!

sister AE said...

Hi, Linda, and thanks. They are quite appealing. They are one shade easier than Haiku because all the syllables go in one line, so you don't have to mess with breaking a word.

Clare said...

Bravo, Sister AE! So much feeling in just a few words. I'm intrigued by American Sentences -- I never heard of them until recently. You have inspired me to give it a try soon.
:)

sister AE said...

Hi, Clare. Thanks. Writing American Sentences was the first prompt for Read Write Poem. Take a look at the results from that for a varied sampling.

Michelle Johnson said...

Wonderful post! I am beginning to like these more and more as I see them circulate. Your statement is very true. Thanks for sharing. Have a nice day.

sister AE said...

thanks, Michelle.