Monday, April 27, 2015

W is for Wanda

Wanda wanted wealthy, well-mannered, witty, and wise. In short, she wanted wonderful.
Warren the welder was wily, wayward, and wan—wild with womanizing.
Wendell--wild in bed was wacky, weird, and wobbled—drinking whiskey.
Wroger was really just wrong.
William wore wellingtons when it wasn't raining.
Wayne... wary Wayne (some called it paranoid) wasn't well in the head.
Was Wanda to wallow without?

Wanting with wonder, Wanda went to Winnipeg where she met Wendy, who wrote winsome ballads, raised Wisteria, watched wrens and waitressed. Wendy worked hard, wore wool and could be wacky, but Wendy was wonderful. Wanda had wanted a woman!


Fran Clark said...

Wanda wants what she wants and wouldn't be way laid. Well done Wanda!

L. Diane Wolfe said...

When she's meeting losers like that, sure.

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

Oh my!

Jan Morrison said...

as an aside - Canadians who have actually experienced Winnipeg (myself included) often refer to it as 'Winterpeg'.

Liz A. said...

Ah, problem solved!

Helena said...

There's a whiplash ending to Wanda's story--well done.