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Watching waves crash upon the rocky shore …
Catch the first of OceanAir’s waves! Visit the CadentPoems section of CadentWords or tap on the image to take you there!
Due to severe restrictions brought on by COVID-19, the compilation of poems titled Family Garden, which was intended to be shared along with March’s nature theme, has been postponed.
Thankfully, many individuals have the required and necessary equipment and connections in place to allow them to work from home to further develop and maintain online websites. Unfortunately that isn’t the case for CadentWords’ sole proprietor, developer, and creative writer.
Without an internet connection or a computer, it is impossible to adequately add new material or to enhance the current pages that are currently in place. But however restricted I may be, I continue to attempt to share some content whenever I can connect to the very limited wifi services that remain available to me.
In the next few days, I will attempt to showcase several pages that were originally previewed when I first launched the website CadentWords: A compilation titled OceanAir, take a glimpse at one of the 20+ poems inspired by the ocean, ranging in themes from romanticism, to naturism, and phantasism.
Follow CadentWords for more OceanAir coming soon.
Are you looking for a new distraction to pass the time during these restrictive times?
Visit Cadent Words and read through a tale or two, who knows, you might be inspired to write a tale of your own!
Take a look through March’s Cadent WordPics filled with springtime blooms and a dandelion tale too!
At Cadent Words, every month features a new word, a new theme, new images, and a new colour scheme to accompany new poems and words!
Although it feels as though my viridescent wings at website development have been severely chopped off due to ongoing coronavirus restrictions, I continue to attempt to maintain some sort of upkeep to this very dear and meaningful project of mine.
Luckily, March was the first time that I managed to enter the monthly topic pages at the very beginning of the month.
Even though some might argue that March’s sage colour contradicts this month’s viridescent word, be sure to read through Cadent Words’ March pages for an alternate point of view:
If you hadn’t noticed yet, my very reliable pal, Merriam Webster seems to be in cahoots with my viridescent March theme!
I love it when things coincidentally work out like this!
Check out MW’s Word of the Day and write a new sentence, poem or story with it:
And don’t miss out on MW’s viridescent weekly challenge too!
Catch up on Cadence’s Cadent Words by visiting these viridescent March pages: