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word morph - WELL to SICK

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word morph - WELL to SICK

last night I really didn't feel quite WELL
I tried to shake it off with all my WILL
with window open, hands upon the SILL
I deeply breathed fresh air that felt like SILK
which did the trick for I'm no longer SICK

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  1. Date: 2/6/2009 6:50:00 AM
    I doubt if I could manage this style as too much thought seems to go into it. Yet, you make it seem so easy. Very well written. Michael

  1. Date: 1/6/2009 5:32:00 AM
    Ok, ok Nigel, there are so many of these, I will give it a try, but I fear I will be a big loser with this for sure! :( You did a great job here, of course, and glad you are feeling better! Love, Shar

  1. Date: 1/5/2009 4:33:00 PM
    Fresh air will do that! lol well done. Now, will you do me a favour and let me know if either of my 2 word morphs are correct? Cause I can be kinda dense when it comes to puzzle-type things. :) thanks friend! Love, Kristin

  1. Date: 1/5/2009 4:32:00 PM
    Otherwise, you could take two aspirin and call me in the morning! :) lol....Love, Carrie Fun morph!!!

  1. Date: 1/5/2009 3:46:00 PM
    Nigel, this is so clever...I've got to try it. BG

  1. Date: 1/5/2009 1:48:00 PM
    Glad you feel better, take care, always, Christy

  1. Date: 1/5/2009 1:09:00 PM
    LOL, you didn't hurl upon the sill, did you? Love giggling Tink

  1. Date: 1/5/2009 1:06:00 PM
    No prescription required , Dr. Nigel .... Clever word changes ..... NHS not required ....