Wednesday, October 6, 2010


Welcome to Loqwacious!! Where word play takes on new meanings. For full details on how to play Loqwacious on this blog, Twitter, or Facebook, please visit the 'Be Loqwacious' page.

The word today is 'DIVARICATE':

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  1. It was a dark and stormy night.

    As she walked in the forest, her flashlight showed the muddy path divaricated ahead. Which way to go?

  2. To the left the house of the 7 dwarves. She was not in the mood for dusting and singing. On the right, Cinderella's castle. It was all lit as if for a party. She could hear the music before it divaricated through the leaves and lost itself in the rhapsody of torn branches...

  3. in the cold autumn night,
    she walked further towards the music,
    heart beating faster,
    her emotions divaricated from joyous to anxious...

  4. yet with each step
    the night grew darker,
    the wind stronger,
    the threat of danger louder.

    her choices divaricated.
    go ahead, turn back...

  5. Approaching the stairs to the door, she hesitated. Her thoughts divaricated: Perhaps she should keep trudging through the forest. Maybe she should go inside and get warm.

    Suddenly, the door was thrown open.

    "It's you!"

  6. And there stood Not Gladly, full size and alive! No more bald spots. Her fur was creamy and soft, her voice, welcoming. 'Divaricate no more, little one, come on in and warm yourself by the fire.'

  7. @19ish wrote:
    She was relieved to see her old friend, Not Gladly, but still hesitated to enter Cinderella's castle. Should she prevaricate about her reason for divericating towards the castle on this dark and stormy night?

  8. DivaRic ate too much.
    She´s fine now.